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Re: 3DNes

Post by rainwarrior » Fri Jun 24, 2016 8:46 pm

Personally it's totally fine by me if you want to charge money for it. (Though unfortunately my interest level doesn't even remotely match the price you have set.)

I wish you good luck.

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Re: 3DNes

Post by geod » Fri Jun 24, 2016 8:50 pm

rainwarrior wrote:Personally it's totally fine by me if you want to charge money for it. (Though unfortunately my interest level doesn't even remotely match the price you have set.)

I wish you good luck.
That's why i thought set it at 10 or 15 doesn't change anything :D. Thank you though!
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Re: 3DNes

Post by miker00lz » Sat Jun 25, 2016 10:13 am

My thoughts are the same as rainwarrior's. No problem with the idea whatsoever, but the price is much higher than I'd be willing to pay for something like this. I'd have seriously considered pulling out the credit card at $10-$15. Have you considered a time-limited demo version? Maybe something that automatically exits after 5 minutes or so. Enough to give you a taste of how it works, but doesn't let you really play through any games. That might get more people to bite at $30 if they get a hands-on demonstration of what they're paying for.

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Re: 3DNes

Post by geod » Sat Jun 25, 2016 10:39 pm

Thank you for the suggestion. I'm still thinking about a win-win solution and everything is still open to consider.
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Re: 3DNes

Post by FaTony » Sun Jun 26, 2016 10:53 am

miker00lz wrote:My thoughts are the same as rainwarrior's. No problem with the idea whatsoever, but the price is much higher than I'd be willing to pay for something like this. I'd have seriously considered pulling out the credit card at $10-$15. Have you considered a time-limited demo version? Maybe something that automatically exits after 5 minutes or so. Enough to give you a taste of how it works, but doesn't let you really play through any games. That might get more people to bite at $30 if they get a hands-on demonstration of what they're paying for.
It *will* be cracked in a few days. What's the point?

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Re: 3DNes

Post by miker00lz » Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:28 am

FaTony wrote:
miker00lz wrote:My thoughts are the same as rainwarrior's. No problem with the idea whatsoever, but the price is much higher than I'd be willing to pay for something like this. I'd have seriously considered pulling out the credit card at $10-$15. Have you considered a time-limited demo version? Maybe something that automatically exits after 5 minutes or so. Enough to give you a taste of how it works, but doesn't let you really play through any games. That might get more people to bite at $30 if they get a hands-on demonstration of what they're paying for.
It *will* be cracked in a few days. What's the point?
Maybe, but anybody who buys it can make it public too, so what's the difference?

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Re: 3DNes

Post by FaTony » Sun Jun 26, 2016 12:58 pm

miker00lz wrote:Maybe, but anybody who buys it can make it public too, so what's the difference?
Exactly.

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Re: 3DNes

Post by geod » Sun Jun 26, 2016 10:27 pm

Hello everyone.
After receiving feedbacks from the community, i have decided to change the price model of 3DNes as follow:
- 3DNes is now available for FREE access with NO COST AT ALL.
- Who buy it at the price 4.99$ will have the PRIVILEGE to access to the latest build as soon as it is released
- Already purchased users will be REFUNDED the price difference REGARDLESS THEIRS WILLING
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Re: 3DNes

Post by tepples » Mon Jun 27, 2016 6:02 am

geod wrote:- Who buy it at the price 4.99$ will have the PRIVILEGE to access to the latest build as soon as it is released
That sounds like Martin "nocash" Korth's business model.


EDIT: clarified who nocash is

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Re: 3DNes

Post by geod » Mon Jun 27, 2016 6:08 am

can you clarify your point?
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Re: 3DNes

Post by tepples » Mon Jun 27, 2016 6:29 am

The newest version of NO$GBA, NO$SNS, etc. is made available only to donors. The rest get the second-newest version.

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Re: 3DNes

Post by geod » Mon Jun 27, 2016 6:43 am

I'm feeling so stupid right now. Do you mean everyone will go for the free version or what?
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Re: 3DNes

Post by x0000 » Mon Jun 27, 2016 7:33 am

geod wrote:I'm feeling so stupid right now. Do you mean everyone will go for the free version or what?
I think he literally meant that your model is the same as the guy's whose nickname is "nocash", thats all.

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Re: 3DNes

Post by geod » Mon Jun 27, 2016 7:41 am

If that so then i officially become stupid then :(
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Re: 3DNes

Post by Zonomi » Mon Jun 27, 2016 8:05 am

geod wrote:I'm feeling so stupid right now. Do you mean everyone will go for the free version or what?
No. Your model is also the same as Cemu, or Unibios.
Some people (like me) like to use the latest version of the software, and give the developer some money.
And people who doesn't are still able to use your emulator.

So no, you're not stupid :)

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