When I look at the statistics of e7, all I see are some numbers. However when someone really takes the time to write me a nice email about how much they enjoyed my game, it makes me feel good. Even if I don’t answer you, I read ALL emails that I get. And I’d like to thank everyone who takes the time to write to me. I’ve never received such a flood of emails before for a single game!
I’m currently catching up with all emails that I should have replied to a long time ago…
I’ve been getting a ton of emails asking me if it is possible to obtain the music from e7. So I decided to put it up for download.
You can download it here: http://www.playe7.com/e7-Soundtrack.zip
Also, e7 hit one million plays last night and got some more great reviews.
Check this one out:
e7 on Diygamer
Wow, it’s been a long time since I last used my blog. Almost a year. I will really try to keep you guys updated more often from now on. I will also make a bit of a redesign of my site, the blue on top with my logo looks just terrible.
That said, I released my new game e7! You can play it here: playe7.com or go check it out on Newgrounds.
It got the daily feature there, and an amazing score of 4.22!
It has also gotten quite a bit of attention by the indie games community:
e7 on Jay is Games
e7 on Indiegames
e7 on RockPaperShotgun
“e7 is lovingly understated and beautiful, from the rush of wind and light piano track that convey a simultaneous sense of isolation and hope, to the silhouetted foreground scenery overlaying a distant and imaginative landscape. The gameplay is simple, to be sure, but the central mechanic is fun to learn, tricky to master, and wholly satisfying once you’ve reigned it in. ”
- AdamC, jayisgames.com