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Eugenomics: lessons learnt from the beta ...

Postby [EUG]MadMat » Tue 26 May 2015 18:47

Since the end of the beta, we have been busy processing the feedbacks from the forum & survey forms, in order to determine where we had it right .... and where we have some more work to do.

We have compiled the main lessons learned from the beta in a "Codex Eugenomicsum", which you will find here:
http://aoa.eugensystems.com/some-lessons-from-vip-beta/

And we wish to thank all the beta testers who have taken the time to fill the survey form. :)

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Postby Selkares » Tue 26 May 2015 19:13

Great information!

Thanks a lot MadMat for compiling this, it's really nice to have this level of transparency regarding the feeling on the Beta!

Congratulations on the success of the beta and good luck for the rest of the development, looking forward for the next beta.

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Postby Spektre » Tue 26 May 2015 19:26

this is nice!!!
WTF?

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Postby Sparika » Tue 26 May 2015 19:41

Cool. Didn't expected to see the results and your comment on these subjects.
I am a bit reserved on the zoom decision and curious about you will make with the resource system. There was some nice ideas in it and I hope you can still exploit it for an innovative feature.

I will look at the first Early access report with great interest.
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Postby Countess Bathory » Tue 26 May 2015 19:42

Nice to read, thanks for sharing.
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Postby D-M » Tue 26 May 2015 20:08

So the networks are thrown into the toilet ? too bad.
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Postby Ultimaratio » Tue 26 May 2015 20:13

but the glue zoom stays.
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Postby D-M » Tue 26 May 2015 20:17

Ultimaratio wrote:but the glue zoom stays.


I can't wait for the hordes to yell again. :lol:

EDIT: btw how many beta tester there was ?
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Re: Eugenomics: lessons learned from the beta ...

Postby AwesomeLion » Tue 26 May 2015 20:40

Sorry to hear you scrapped the Networking system. I found it interesting and challenging to master, but I guess it was to challenging for some.

Smaller buildings might help, but you might still want to consider pushing the camera out another 30%~ roughly. It still gives you an action view, but just a little bit more control.

Curious - how much has this set the development back? After having played the beta the wait for the release has just gotten worse =D

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Re: Eugenomics: lessons learned from the beta ...

Postby Guggy » Tue 26 May 2015 21:29

Very cool to see this writeup :)

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