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Crown Trick (RPG Adventure - PC) Closed Beta STEAM Keys - FREE @ Alienware (if you are quick!, limited number of keys)
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Crown Trick (RPG Adventure - PC) Closed Beta STEAM Keys - FREE @ Alienware (if you are quick!, limited number of keys)

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Enter a labyrinth that moves as you move, where mastering the elements is key to defeating enemies and uncovering the mysteries of this underground world. With a new experience awaiting every time you enter the dungeon, let the power bestowed by the crown guide you in this challenging adventure!

The closed beta goes from April 22nd-29th

About Crown Trick

Crown Trick is a beautifully animated roguelike RPG adventure characterized by turn-based combat and skill-item interactive strategy game.

Enter a labyrinth that moves as you move, where mastering the elements is key to defeating enemies and uncovering the mysteries of this underground world. With a new experience awaiting every time you enter the dungeon, let the power bestowed by the Crown guide you in this challenging adventure!

Discord: discord.gg/zvn…JXb
Steam: store.steampowered.com/app…ck/
Twitter: twitter.com/Cro…ame

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Looks interesting
Many thanks
antdav23/04/2020 17:44

Its surprisingly really good...!


It'll have to do until somebody takes pity on me and offers me a Minecraft dungeons beta code lol.

Many thanks for posting mate
Edited by: "Maverick77" 23rd Apr
Too bad I couldn't create an account
"Sorry, we are not able to accept your registration at this time."
Looks good. Installing now. Cheers
As an old-school gamer, and a developer, I still find it amazing that the industry managed to trick the public into paying to be their beta testers.
roxas_tidus23/04/2020 19:49

Too bad I couldn't create an account "Sorry, we are not able to accept …Too bad I couldn't create an account "Sorry, we are not able to accept your registration at this time."


That's unusual, I wonder why
antdav23/04/2020 22:00

That's unusual, I wonder why



Oh... Now that I tried again, I think I used 2020 as my year of birth without noticing... that was stupid .
Bullfrog23/04/2020 21:45

As an old-school gamer, and a developer, I still find it amazing that the …As an old-school gamer, and a developer, I still find it amazing that the industry managed to trick the public into paying to be their beta testers.


Paying?
What are you talking about lol
liltman24/04/2020 14:53

Paying?What are you talking about lol


Okkkkaaayyy.

This has been posted, as a deal, because it's free access to a beta copy of software, yes?
Now, up until about 20 years ago, companies used to beta test their software by releasing it to experts, enthusiasts, and other people knowledgeable about their products, before selling it commercially. They'd even pay people to beta test their software in order to ensure that when they released the software to the paying public, the product was as bug-free as they could make it. My comment was to illustrate that I still find it incredible that the industry has, somehow, managed to convince people that not only was it OK for companies to release untested, buggy, software, but that the public should actually pay them for the privilege of being beta testers, by re-branding it as "early access" software. It's an incredible feat of marketing and the fact that you don't see anything wrong with it just proves my point.
Bullfrog24/04/2020 15:46

Okkkkaaayyy. This has been posted, as a deal, because it's free access to …Okkkkaaayyy. This has been posted, as a deal, because it's free access to a beta copy of software, yes? Now, up until about 20 years ago, companies used to beta test their software by releasing it to experts, enthusiasts, and other people knowledgeable about their products, before selling it commercially. They'd even pay people to beta test their software in order to ensure that when they released the software to the paying public, the product was as bug-free as they could make it. My comment was to illustrate that I still find it incredible that the industry has, somehow, managed to convince people that not only was it OK for companies to release untested, buggy, software, but that the public should actually pay them for the privilege of being beta testers, by re-branding it as "early access" software. It's an incredible feat of marketing and the fact that you don't see anything wrong with it just proves my point.



I'm sorry but again WHAT are you talking about.
I haven't paid anything and I get to try a game I might be potentially interested in and I would of never paid to try it...So here I got to try for free.
liltman24/04/2020 19:22

I'm sorry but again WHAT are you talking about. I haven't paid anything …I'm sorry but again WHAT are you talking about. I haven't paid anything and I get to try a game I might be potentially interested in and I would of never paid to try it...So here I got to try for free.


I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you genuinely didn't understand my comments, and I'll try to explain once more.

My comments aren't in relation to THIS deal. I know that it's free. I know that you didn't pay anything for your beta key. I hope you enjoy it, and that the game is great. OK?

Now, my point was that this deal has only been posted because, typically these days, people expect to pay to have access to beta software. People are apparently happy to pay an "early access" fee to play the game before it is finished and released for sale.

However, 25 years ago, that was the norm. Beta testers were ALWAYS given access for free, or were even paid for the time they spent testing games and other software. Software houses, quite rightly, recognised that software testing was an important function and valued their beta testers as a valuable resource. After beta testing was complete the company would often reward beta testers with free copies of their software in order to thank them for their services.

From around 20 years ago the industry managed to redefine the beta testing process in such a way as to convince the public to, instead, pay the company to "work" as beta testers. The fact that they enjoy that work is irrelevant.

I'm a software developer, and I'm old enough to remember how the industry used to operate, and so my point was simply to express amazement that the industry had managed to perform a 180 by turning an operating expense (paying or rewarding beta testers) into a revenue stream (by selling Early Access licences).

Again, the fact that you paid nothing for this particular beta licence is great, but you're only happy with that because you've got used to people having to pay for beta (early access) licences for other games.

Does that make sense to you?
Bullfrog25/04/2020 15:42

I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you …I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you genuinely didn't understand my comments, and I'll try to explain once more.My comments aren't in relation to THIS deal. I know that it's free. I know that you didn't pay anything for your beta key. I hope you enjoy it, and that the game is great. OK?Now, my point was that this deal has only been posted because, typically these days, people expect to pay to have access to beta software. People are apparently happy to pay an "early access" fee to play the game before it is finished and released for sale.However, 25 years ago, that was the norm. Beta testers were ALWAYS given access for free, or were even paid for the time they spent testing games and other software. Software houses, quite rightly, recognised that software testing was an important function and valued their beta testers as a valuable resource. After beta testing was complete the company would often reward beta testers with free copies of their software in order to thank them for their services. From around 20 years ago the industry managed to redefine the beta testing process in such a way as to convince the public to, instead, pay the company to "work" as beta testers. The fact that they enjoy that work is irrelevant.I'm a software developer, and I'm old enough to remember how the industry used to operate, and so my point was simply to express amazement that the industry had managed to perform a 180 by turning an operating expense (paying or rewarding beta testers) into a revenue stream (by selling Early Access licences).Again, the fact that you paid nothing for this particular beta licence is great, but you're only happy with that because you've got used to people having to pay for beta (early access) licences for other games.Does that make sense to you?



I got your overall message from the get go, I am not confused by what you are saying I am confused why you are posting it on this deal/thread, it just does not make sense why you are posting this here. On a free Beta. I'd get it, if this was posted on a relevent topic but fact is, whatever you feel about all of this does not apply in this particular circumstance and if I had to pay money for this it would be a completely different story and I would not be doing that.

Fact is, this is free. I got to try it. Doesn't matter if others have done it different and times also change. We have to change with them.

Still I will never pay for a beta unless it's something I am REALLY interested in and I mean REALLY and even then it's hard for me to. I expect betas to be FREE. Always and that's just because I have grew up with that been the norm.
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