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Gamer Survey


This is a survey for one of my game design classes! It’s just a few quick and anonymous questions that if you could fill out, would help me tremendously!

A little information about YOU!

Age
Sex Male Female

Enter your race in the space provided below.


Enter your highest completed education in the space provided below.


Please enter your approximate yearly income level.


Enter your religion in the space provided below.


Enter your marital Status in the space provided below.


Enter your location in the space provided below.


What sort of things do you enjoy doing in your free time?


Do you enjoy playing video games?

Yes No

Do you mainly play video games on a computer or a console?


If you mainly play games on a console, which console system?


How many hours a week do you play video games?


What is your favorite video game and why?


Choose one of the following options:

Casual
Hardcore

If you were at a party, would you voluntarily bring up video games as a conversation topic?

Yes No

Is there a game that you played that you never completed? If so, why did you not complete it?

 

 

Game Concept:

From deep in the Earth’s core, the evil squirrels emerge to destroy humanity as you race to make the choices that will defeat them. Alongside your kooky squirrel sidekick, Peanut, you’re put into the street-smart teenage role of Liz, fighting your way through vicious squirrel armies to reach The Squirrel Queen. This game’s distinctive “toony” visual style will immerse you within a wild and nutty action adventure suited for imaginations of all ages.

Game Philosophy:

To create a game that not only challenges players in the tried and true typical fashions, (shoot-em-up, problem solving, engaging storyline) but grab the curiosity and attention of a wide range of players with an element of humor that only overgrown evil squirrels can produce! This game creates a storyline that touches issues of right and wrong, good and evil, and puts the player into entertaining situations that also help to instill a sense of ethical responsibility.
 

 


Does this sound like a game that you might try?

Yes No

Why would or wouldn't you try this game?


                          

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