- Name: (nameless)
- Date: Tue Jul 24 08:12:14 CDT 2001
- Comments: i think your price is to high,sure games out there are like $30-$40, but those games have lots of memory, they are in 3d, and youll probably be playing them longer than broomsticks, and your game is 2d, doesnt use a lot of memory or programming, compared to the games out there, yours is 1/3-1/4 the price! i say at the most sell it for $5,because ive seen 3d games that are $10 and are way more sophisticated than yours,its a good game, but the price is high, thats way half the people that write in this guestbook cant.
If you think that the value of a program is based on the amount of memory
it uses, then you've been using too many Microsoft products! Hahahahaaha! :-)
No seriously, the full version is a lot of fun and there are many ways to
play that will keep you interested. I
just got two emails today from people that bought it that said it was the
best game that they bought in some time.
3D games are not necessarily better. I've played a bunch of 3D games
that get boring quick. However, if you insist on 3D, don't forget that
there is also the Broomsticks 3D game on the CD:
Broomsticks 3D screenshots
It is a Quake3-style renderer, meaning that it is on the opposite end
of the spectrum (from the 2D game) in terms of rendering technology.
You will need a decent 3D graphics card just to run it.