Friends! Help us with Vivaldia game. 🎮
As you've probably seen today that we launched Vivaldia, an arcade game built into the browser.
Our marketing team has put together a list of gaming forums (see below ) where we're hoping to share the news, but to be honest it feels a bit shady to engage in shameless self promotion in these places by sharing the news ourselves (when we're not active members of those communities). We run a forum ourselves of course, so we know the headache of unsolicited "spam"!
So, if you're a gamer and active in other gaming forums, a small ask. If you think the news is relevant, feel free to spread the word!
Thanks in advance for your help
luetage last edited by luetage
@Gaëlle I actually told a gaming streamer I know, I’m sure his viewers would enjoy it.
Catweazle last edited by
@Gaëlle , I think I can encourage some to try this game. In some forums there are lovers of vintage games of this type.
npro last edited by npro
@Gaëlle How haven't you Vivaldians created a thread on the Steam forums under off-topic here -> https://steamcommunity.com/discussions/forum/12/
it can't be that no one at Vivaldi (or a relative) doesn't have a real Steam account ,or everyone is shy telling that in the office . It's not like you need to be a respectful active member with 2000 posts to post there, you only need to have some games and the profile can be private as well, although having some posts would be more desireable, as they are always visible). Steam is crucial as it contains thousand of indie games like yours, you can forget imo the rest of that list except for 2-3 like reddit, neogaf. (It's true advertising is not allowed if done by an official ofc, but a gamer with just a link to the youtube video and a simple sentence is no official, is he? )
Not sure about your youtube description: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vbkWvt8aOs
Vivaldia is a real 80s-style Cyberpunk and Future Noir-inspired arcade game built into the Vivaldi browser. It is reminiscent of an old-school 80s console computer game. It’s a simple pixel-perfect endless runner game.
It rather is an ending-at-some-point autoscrolling [uni]cycler, certainly no endless runner. I must admit that I was somehow confused when @jon said that they had finished it after I had read this video description.
luetage last edited by
@jumpsq Didn't even see that, what I noticed was the mention of “endless runner” in some reviews of the new Vivaldi version and I wondered why they would say that. Well, that makes it obvious…
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