Over the last few weeks, we have made great progress fixing bugs throughout DemonCrawl. There are still a few issues to work out, but pretty soon we'll be ready to turn our attention to creating new and exciting content. :-)
Our question is: what new features are players most interested in? To help us answer this question, we have created a community poll that includes just about every option we could think of:
(You must be logged into a Google account to participate in the poll. We will not collect your email address.)
We greatly appreciate your feedback and plan to use the poll results as a guide for our development priorities in 2020. If you participate in the poll, you will be awarded a promo code for 10 Tokens. Also, depending on the turnout, we may consider running polls like this on a semi-regular basis.
In other news...
Partnership opportunities for content producers
We are very grateful to all the Twitch streamers--and their audiences--who have supported DemonCrawl since its launch. We want to say thank you by creating exclusive, in-game cosmetics to support your unique brands. If you are a content producer and would like to take us up on this offer, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Today, we're announcing a new avatar in cooperation with Sinvicta:
We love his logo and wanted to see what it would look like when drawn in DemonCrawl's 16-bit style. We're quite happy with the results!
If you would like to obtain this avatar for yourself, please follow Sinvicta on Twitch and stay tuned for more details. Also, don't forget to check out Sinvicta's YouTube channel here, where you can find his first impressions gameplay video on DemonCrawl. Nice!
We're thinking about opening a Trello board or similar for keeping track of bugs. Our players have done a great job of posting detailed reports in the Megathread, but sometimes when you encounter a bug, it can be difficult to know if the developer is already aware--Trello could help us with that. It would definitely be easier than maintaining the Known Issues thread. Let us know if this is something you would find useful, and if so we'll take the time to set it up.
Thanks for reading!