Ghostly Hale

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Jan 26, 2018
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As someone who does Patron him, tbh I often ask myself why. I do expect better quite a bit. I like what he's doing. I know he puts up with a lot of stupid shit. But, I don't buy it for a second with how much he's raising that nobody wants a piece, and are not available to help push more content out and improve coding. I don't think he's actually looking. That's why he's like "Hey guys just send people my way." Like you've been saying this for months, how have you not found a single person yourself? Imo the more money I raise for a game, the more I'd be aiming to try and go even beyond what I was already capable of doing before I was making that much to begin with.
Maybe try conventing SirenDomain for help with coding. You know the maker of Town of Passion and Zombie's Retreat. But then again Siren may be too busy.
 

Aurelius

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Feb 4, 2017
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All seriousness. The game's good. Could the code be better. Yeah. Is anyone else trying to actively learn to code to help him. Well...
Yeah people have asked to help him code before and were turned away. I understand it is a learning experience for him and he wants to see what he can do, but as much as I love the game he could definitely benefit from taking some help and delegating more than he is. If it were more polished and if he would focus on one character at a time before adding in more than this would be a much more consistent and (probably) profitable game.
 

Wladdevon

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Sep 15, 2017
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If it were more polished and if he would focus on one character at a time before adding in more than this would be a much more consistent and (probably) profitable game.
hiring more people to make the game better won't necessarily make the game more profitable, he might even make less money as someone pointed out earlier, no matter how good the game is or even if he releases more versions more frequently
 

Aurelius

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Feb 4, 2017
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hiring more people to make the game better won't necessarily make the game more profitable, he might even make less money as someone pointed out earlier, no matter how good the game is or even if he releases more versions more frequently
Of course lol, I just feel as though he misplaces resources and help basically.
 

ccccc

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Apr 5, 2017
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I'm not the one that keep reading comments....but....i'm not the only one, who figure out already. All creators do not update the games very fast cause they are profiting over time.
Others really do not have enough time or are doing a really complex game, ok I know too.
But, I agree that I would do the same.
 
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Mr_Mars

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Mar 8, 2019
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Well in one case, making a game update that absurdly long dont give any credits for ONI. I know profit is the main goul of this project (and many others over patreon)... it whose better if those game developers work fairly on there projects and update every mouth (At least)
 

Ghostly Hale

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Jan 26, 2018
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Well in one case, making a game update that absurdly long dont give any credits for ONI. I know profit is the main goul of this project (and many others over patreon)... it whose better if those game developers work fairly on there projects and update every mouth (At least)
Well Creators best be happy that peeps are willing to wait. Profit means little to nothing once your backers get feed up with waiting. But this is worth waiting on.
 
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Jun 19, 2018
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I'm not the one that keep reading comments....but....i'm not the only one, who figure out already. All creators do not update the games very fast cause they are profiting over time.
Others really do not have enough time or are doing a really complex game, ok I know too.
But, I agree that I would do the same.
Yea, thats the main issue i have with Patreon model. It rewards devs for dragging the projects and clearly some people deliberately work as slow as possible(if they can keep relatively stable and sufficient support from their patrons).
This game for example - its decent but it really doesnt have a lot of content for about 3 years of development.
 

ccccc

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Apr 5, 2017
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Yea, thats the main issue i have with Patreon model. It rewards devs for dragging the projects and clearly some people deliberately work as slow as possible(if they can keep relatively stable and sufficient support from their patrons).
This game for example - its decent but it really doesnt have a lot of content for about 3 years of development.
The one who made a really good game, in about 1 year was "Acting Lessons".
And a well made onde with goods characters, simple and interesting in it's way. =b
Too bad that had low amount of Patreons.
But "Rogue Like" is really good too, well made, really hard on codes I agree but, it has a real potencial, but too slow and lack of content for an almost infinite possibilities.
Oni just Owns the X-Men evolution history, no one is going to take the history after he started this game. (just like "Something Unlimited"). If someone start another game with the same subject, is going to be hard to be well accepted.
He should use it better to even gain more like "Summertime Saga". They r with a huge equip now, and even with the end of the game, everyone is going to welcome a new work, just cause the last was well made.
 
Jul 14, 2017
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Well, it's been some months now. He better be planning a big update, or I fear this game will be dead soon.
It's Oni, so all I would expect from him are:

1: Copy/paste the code from Rogue/Kitty menu options for Laura.
2. 2 or 3 sex poses for Laura ie. HJ/BJ
3. Shit ton of bugs and following bugfix versions the next couple weeks.
 

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