Interview with the Orangenose Studio Team, The developers of Tricky Test 2
Our interview with the Orangenose Studio Team, The developers of Tricky Test 2
How smart do you think you are…? (Hopefully not too smart) Because today we would like to share with you our interview with the creators of Tricky Test 2 the trickiest puzzle game ever featured on Edamame Reviews!
If you think you have what it takes to take on this monster of a puzzle game, you can check out our original review here.
Before we start, we’d like to thank the Orangenose Studio Team for participating in our interview, and for spending some of their valuable time answering our questions. Thanks guys!
Now without any further ado, our interview begins.
Ok first up, what was the initial “spark” that started the creation of Tricky Test 2?
Our team had seen numerous “Solve if you are genius” quizzes shared by our friends on social media, it seemed that people really enjoy these kinds of tricky questions and the sense of achievement when solving them. So we wondered if we could make a game out of this concept, by providing a bunch of seemingly simple yet cunning questions for players to enjoy. Our initial goal was to create a fun game that makes players laugh after struggling through an absurd quiz, and will use it to trick their friends immediately to share the fun (and rage, maybe?).
Haha! That is exactly what we did😃
Next we have a rather obvious question…
How did you manage to come up with all the trick questions in Tricky Test 2?
Our whole team had done a lot of research on the common “Genius Quizzes”; and based on the concept of these quizzes, we brainstormed together to get the most creative question ideas out of our heads. We had one goal in mind: players MUST feel tricked after solving each question! 😈
Our team has gotten surprisingly addicted to Tricky Test 2 and have spent way too much time puzzling over the simplest problems. Without giving away the answer, what is your team’s favorite question in Tricky Test 2?
Our favorite questions are the ones that are strongly related to common sense, like “Strongest Balloon Ever”, “2-Year-Old Birthday”, and we also like the ones that played with words, like “Bear No Ear”. (Are we giving away too many clues?)
How did you test to make sure the questions in Tricky Test 2 aren’t too tricky?
(i.e.) How did you manage trickiness levels in Tricky Test 2?
Actually, we had been monitoring the data report and had been working hard on tuning the game ever since the first version. We tried to learn from the reactions of our users if the questions were too difficult or unreasonable. In addition, if we found some questions way to hard, we’d put some “training stages” at the beginning to get users familiar with the game.
Now for the usual geeky questions.
What programming language and or software did you use when making Tricky Test 2?
Unity engine and C#
What was the hardest problem you needed to overcome when developing Tricky Test 2?
The hardest task was to get 80% of the players to finish ALL the questions. We put in a lot of effort creating the questions, so we hope there will be more players who can experience the ENTIRE fun of the game.
A few words to Tricky Test 2 fans on Edamame Reviews.
Hi guys, we hope you enjoy this game so far! Have you passed question 80? This is one of the most challenging questions we have in the game, please don’t miss it!
Lastly a few words on how you feel about Edamame Reviews and our service.
Thank you as always, for introducing our works to your lovely readers. We’re working on a few exciting new projects and hopefully will be able to share with you soon!
Thanks for the amazing interview guys!
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