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Kingdom Rush
``phnX 11 de Oct, 2012 a las 23:05
Price
I was wondering if someone knew if this game was going to be free or had a general idea of how much it is going to cost?
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Tedzet 12 de Oct, 2012 a las 12:59 
I would say it will come under the catorgry of indie games, so I'm asuming $5-$10
Anonemesis 13 de Oct, 2012 a las 21:35 
Well Worth $5-$10, Defiantly Shouldn't Be Free To Play Let People Play The Non-HD Without New Campaign On Armour Games Site For Theres No Complaining. I Don't Personally Like Buying Games But This Is A Really Good Game And I Think The Dev's Deserve Praise For Their Innovative Ideas.
ianjtreu 15 de Oct, 2012 a las 9:44 
I think every game ought to have a free demo of some kind. Ironhide has already shown a habit of free to play options and I think they'll continue it here on Steam. I say the high price point is closer to $12, that seems to be the going rate of better indy games, and gives a lot of flexibility for Steam sales (humble bundle premiere?). I'd love to see new campaigns in DLC; back stories on the heroes, or something like that. Figure something like that goes for $0.99-3. I'd personally drop another $0.50-0.75 on pointless extras like more cosplay for the reinforcements. Get some FFVI or Starship Troopers out there.
SlamDrag 15 de Oct, 2012 a las 15:40 
If it's less than $10 I will definitely buy.

Terraria cost me $10 and Kingdom Rush isn't quite as fun but still really good. $10 is like the minimum you can charge for a game.
MAZAI 16 de Oct, 2012 a las 6:14 
3-5$ (Russia)
BeyondEnergy 19 de Oct, 2012 a las 15:40 
I'm not paying $10 for a game that I've already beaten in web form and on my iPhone. Both of witch are free to play.

That said, I believe they will continue to make this a free to play with premium content or "in app purchases" model. Just like the iOS version.

If not, like I have already said; not paying $10. $5 is my limit and that's even a streach.
Fl00rMaster 23 de Oct, 2012 a las 13:01 
I would buy it for 10, but it seems more like a 5 dollar game
Anonemesis 24 de Oct, 2012 a las 15:42 
I'd Say Start At $10...If Not Many People Buy It...[Very Doubtful Even People Complaining Will Buy It No Doubt]...Then Put It On Sale...This Is The Best Way To Capitalize Every New Popular Steam Game Does It So If People Don't Want To Pay, Then Like Everything Else They'll Just Have To Wait.
.flu 3 de Nov, 2012 a las 6:06 
Publicado originalmente por Energy:
I'm not paying $10 for a game that I've already beaten in web form and on my iPhone. Both of witch are free to play.

It's not free for the iPhone. But $0.99 is like free I'll give you that. The iPad's HD version costs $2.99 and to be hones having this game refurbished from the ground with a new campaign and all the extras that the currently available versions offer I don't think that $5 is a stretch.
Lugh 6 de Nov, 2012 a las 6:42 
It should cost $2.49 as many low price games on steam, I would buy like 10 copies for me and friends.
ManoMathias☢ 7 de Nov, 2012 a las 15:00 
That will be free
Moose 7 de Nov, 2012 a las 19:21 
I think 10 dollars would be a fair price, however it does depend on the amount of content. If it is another game with (roughly) the same amount of content as we seen in the flash game, 5 dollars would be a better, and more fair price.
5 dollars is definetley not a stretch.
Última edición por Moose; 7 de Nov, 2012 a las 19:22
Ironhide Game Studio  [desarrollador] 9 de Nov, 2012 a las 5:07 
We don't have a price range at this moment, but as soon as we know we will announce it here!
mr.danlong 16 de Nov, 2012 a las 22:04 
I'm often confused by the pricing of many games. How many crappy FPS titles out there command a $40+ premium just because they fall into that genre? And how many brilliant games have to find supplimental routes for income because they are developed by a small team, or fall into a genre that is considered "Casual". When tetris was first introduced it cost as much as wolfenstein 3d. This game is easily as good as Plants vs. Zombies. I'd pay $20 for everything they're promising, or $10 for the HD upgrade and $10 for the expansion.
``phnX 17 de Nov, 2012 a las 13:06 
Publicado originalmente por mr.danlong:
I'm often confused by the pricing of many games. How many crappy FPS titles out there command a $40+ premium just because they fall into that genre? And how many brilliant games have to find supplimental routes for income because they are developed by a small team, or fall into a genre that is considered "Casual". When tetris was first introduced it cost as much as wolfenstein 3d. This game is easily as good as Plants vs. Zombies. I'd pay $20 for everything they're promising, or $10 for the HD upgrade and $10 for the expansion.

Its not the genre that sets the price, its the publisher who releases it.
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