Thoughts on the FGC? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Adam (Vergil)   
Wednesday, 11 January 2006

Alright everyone, before we kick off the next set of Free Games Challenges, I thought now would be a good time to get some feedback.  The feedback is by no means manditory, but if you have some thoughts on how to make the FGC better, please feel free to post them.  However, if I get no feedback here at all, I'm just gonna keep doing things the way I've been doin' them.



Feel free to just post your thoughts, but I have included a list of things I am curious about below:


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1) So far my objective has been to never revisit a game we've already played. However, as the selection of good flash games gets smaller and smaller, would people rather play GOOD games again rather than play not as good new games?


2) Rather than focusing on a particular type of game (Puzzle, Shooter, Unique) I've tried and allow us to go back and forth between different types.  While I don't want to focus on one game type still, are there perhaps some game types that we'd like to do more often then others?


3) So far I've selected most of the FGCs myself.  However, with it getting more and more difficult to find new good games every week without revisiting the same game site week after week, would it be a good idea for me to open up the floor to game requests? Keep in mind that if I do this, just because a game is requested doesn't mean it will get picked and that whomever picked it will have a slight advantage over everyone else since they had played it before.


4) Are the Hexagon Awards adequate prizes for this, or perhaps instead of a graphical reward system, should I create a "leaderboard" and use it to indicate who is the long time FGC champions?


5) Just out of curiosity, which FGC has been your favorate so far?


6) Any other thoughts or ideas that could make the FGC more fun or easier?

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