The folks at League of Gamemakers often talk about attendance [as a designer/publisher] at CONs in a very positive light. And they are absolutely right. In a LONG three days we managed to get a ton of new fans and made a lot of new friends. Some of them not quite human it seemed ;p Check the quick vid post on the fb page:
One thing in particular stood out – everyone, and I mean everyone, was nice, polite, cheerful…it was a great experience.
AND, to top it off, ALIEN CRASH SITE garnered some AMAZING scores at the event:
Overall fun = 9 of 10
Likeliness you would play it again = 10 of 10
Likeliness you would buy it = 9 of 10
Likeliness you would recommend it to a friend = 9 of 10
These are AVERAGES! A majority of the scores were 10s across the board! If ACS were on Metacritic right now it would be in the “Universal Acclaim” category!
These are the sorts of scores we’ve been getting since iteration 2! The only thing ACS needs now [besides professional art] is to get in front of a lot more people, so more people know about it. With numbers like these, I can say with confidence that if someone plays this game, they will like it. In most cases, they will LOVE it!
Truly amazing. And gratifying.
Thanks to Matt Holden of the IGA for allowing me to share space [in exchange for slave labor, but worth it]!