Monday, April 5, 2010

Tunescape starting to get some reviews

Tunescape has only been available for a few days, but I've already started to see some reaction to it online:
  • xnPlay picked it as one of their favorites of the week, and say "finally a 'gameplay is based on your music' game that works well".
  •  GamerGeddon calls it "a steal at 80 points and well worth checking out".
Thanks for the feedback!

    So far so good, despite the baby...


    When Tunescape hit the New Arrivals list on Xbox Live Indie Games, my first reaction was "Cool!". My second reaction was "What's up with that baby?". I'm guessing a lot of other people have the same reaction. Oh, well - nothing I can do about that.

    Despite the baby, Tunescape is off to a pretty good start (at least by Indie Games standards). It made the Top Downloads page today, which was a very pleasant surprise. My trial to purchase conversion rate so far is almost 10% 12% 14%,  which I am also quite pleased about.

    Friday, April 2, 2010

    Tunescape is live on Xbox Indie Games!

    Tunescape passed peer review earlier today and is now available on Xbox Live Indie Games for 80 Microsoft points ($1). I know, pretty spendy...

    Last time I checked, it was not yet showing up in the "New Arrivals" section, but if you search for it under 'T', you can find it.

    The Tunescape page on the web-based marketplace is here.

    I've also put together a little promo website: