Thanks for the recommendation!
We wanted to keep the payment simple for our first Android release but
will definitely consider that for the future. I've been quite surprised
at the number of people making use of the free 15 minute refund already
(~16%) so you make a good point.
On 16/12/[masked]:58, Kenton Price wrote:
> I think this is brilliant. As you say, totally original, and very
> slickly done - haunting, even. I thoroughly recommend everyone on this
> mailing list to try it. You can refund it within 15 minutes. If you
> don't get stuck playing it, that is...
> It feels like a case for an in-app upgrade to unlock/free up later
> levels, rather than upfront payment which just doesn't seem to work on
> Android. You want people to try it, and a certain proportion will like
> it enough to keep it, and pay for a full version. The latest in-app
> payment API looks easier than ever, you should be able to hook it in.
> Good luck!
> On 13 December[masked]:40, Ian Masters <[address removed]> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I'm a bit of a lurker here - although I've met at least a couple of you.
>> I wasn't sure about the etiquette of posting your own apps but as it
>> seems to be ok I'll jump right in :-).
>> Please check out my new studio Plant Pot's début game "Finger Hoola":
>> It's pretty original, in fact I'd be surprised if you've ever played
>> anything like it. Feedback welcome!
>> Skype: ian_masters
>> Twitter: @ianmasters
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