Discussion in 'Community Patch Project' started by Grabbl, Aug 2, 2017.
Thanks! I would like to keep the responses not visible for some time still to avoid influencing future respondents (unless you convinve that if I check "display responses of other people", you can see them only after responding). We have about 90 participants right now, but I'd like to wait for the weekend to give the opportunity to answer also to people who don't visit the forum that much... I think those are the people where we don't get to know the opinion of usually (great English sentence, I know). But I will of course make available all the data once I consider the survey more or less closed.
Don't worry, we already have four Gazebos or you participated four times... Could have asked me directly to give more weight to your opinion.
Done... nice work !
Eager to be nerdy with those data.
Well, I'm not around the forums much, but whatever. My response is in.
Done it. It was hard, 7 pages with questions...
bump for people who didn't answer yet.
I love how all these pie charts have several color coded divisions and then there's usual starting era, a blue circle.
I could identify some player answers with little error. Specially someone who's always calling G clueless.
I'm surprised with some stats (iroquois AI being behind ethopia AI) but many things seems so obvious :
Poland .... biiItch please
Fun fact inca seems to be the second most overpower civ but it's the third most interesting to play
Celt is high tier and seems to be loved by players.
On the other hand, poland ....
Interesting that Spain is the only civ who no one put in their top 5
Huh, surprised Rationalism is the most popular Industrial tree, I would've guessed Industry (and certainly wasn't expecting Piety to be the most popular Medieval one).
Personally I favored Civs that change the way you play somehow (besides simple things like bonuses to a specific yield or whatever). Incas have both a UI and a movement ability that affects all their units so they definitely seem like one of the most unique.
That blue circle for starting era made me laugh too.
I'm surprised by the "which version of Civ did you start with" question. Looks like VP players are either long-time veterans (Civ 1 or 2), or relative newcomers (Civ 5), while Civ 3 and 4 don't amount to much in the breakdown. You either started in the 1990's or the 2010's, and there's an odd gap in the 2000's.
I started when civ4 was released, but i tried civ2 and civ3 too
Yeah, almost the same. I started from civ3, but tried civ2 and just didn't like it. And in civ3 I spend a large amount of time.
I started with Civ 2, and it was the PlayStation version non the less.
I'm bumping this, as the data is very useful. If you haven't done the survey, please do so!
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