We have the result from our poll "What difficulty do you typically prefer for Click / indie games you play?" are in.
Most people went with "Normal", with 13 people (57%) choosing this option. This indicates that normal difficulty seems to be doing its job as it is what people normally go for. Second most popular was Hard, which 8 people (35%) opted for. Nobody went for Nightmare, but both Easy and Impossible had 1 vote.
I usually prefer starting with "Normal" and then increase or decrease the difficulty depending on if it is too easy or hard, so I do like it when I can change difficulty 'mid-game'. However, I can appreicate how completing a game at a harder difficulty is one way to get a "New Game+". Feel free to share your thoughts from a gamer or develoepr perspective in the comments!
Anyway, onto the next poll question which is: "What art style do you prefer for indie games?". If you tend to opt for a particular style in your own games I'd be interested in knowing more about why.
In other news, we have an new Download for The Daily Click: A 2023 re-release of ONYX by Adrian Clyde (who has been a TDCer since 2008), an RPG game made with RPG Maker 2000 with other 30 hours of gameplay, 11 playable characters and a dark, mature story.