Crayon Physics first prize at IGF
Congratulations to Petri Purho. His game Crayon Physics, just took out this year’s Independent Games Festival (IGF).
Read about it here
I can understand the delayed release strategy though. In early December, it would have been a great free game.
As time passed on, I still would have happily paid US$10 – $20 for it.
Now that it has won first prize??? Who knows how much he Petri will charge for it.
I once read that $30 was the upper limit price point for what people will pay without too much thought. That makes sense when you think of CDs, DVDs or other items.
Would I pay more?? I don’t know. Maybe if it came out in a week or so.
But if this takes much longer my attention span will disappear and he will have gone from a $40 sale to nothing…