Almost three weeks has passed since A Super Mario Summary was released and the Ludum Dare judging end in less than two days. Before that happens, I thought I'd take the opportunity to look at how the game was received by the internet.
Once it was picked up by Kotaku, it seemed to spread like wild fire and there was a constant stream of recommendations pouring on twitter. This led to that a lot of non gaming sites (The Verge, Bar Stool Sports, Brain Magazine, Church Mag, etc) picked up the game as well, something which always warms my heart a little extra. When site like Destructoid and Boing Boing it also seemed to reach other parts of the world (only only US) and a lot of sites from Europe (even Swedish sites! FZ, Feber ) and South America also wrote about it. Finally it was also great fun to see it picked up by Japanese sites, even if I couldn't even remotely understand the google translation.
All in all it was a crazy dopamine rush seeing my game all over the internet!
Here's all the sites I've found that wrote about the game (in more or less chronological order). Thank you for spreading the word!
Indie Game Mag, Linfocito, Free Indie Games, Press the Buttons, Alternaria, Buzz Feed, General Lordisimo, Kraftfutter Mischwerk, DIY Gamer, Indie Games, Play Peep, Kotaku, Go Nintendo, Rvervuurt, Limbo Tech, Tragbares, Pizza Xtreme Team, Boulot Retro Dodo, Feber, One Video Game Aday, Boing Boing, Reino Do Cogumelo, Scoople, Brain Dead Radio, Games.com, Gaming Centrum, Zabij 10 Prasat, Baby Soft Murder Hands, Blog People, Kottke, LFO Tech, Nintendo Gamer, La Fortaleza De Lechuck, Vida Extra, Euro Gamer, Complex.com, Best Week Ever, Destructoid, Q103 Albany, FZ, Bar Stool Sports, How To Geek, Baixaki, The Verge, Byte Maniacos, Wii Clube, Game Zone, apt get update, Consolas.es, Game Zebo, Paper blog, Cubed 3, Chip.de, Arturo Goga, Euro Gamer (IT), Dooms Day, Lo Nuevo De Hoy, Pop.com, Glitch, Meetinx, Nerd Approved, PC Room, Point Final, Therror, Choco Games, Church Mag, Techquila, Zelda Informer, Jay Is Games, PC World, Compulsive Squire, Brain Magazine, Gamasutra, Scott Sevener, Mighty Geek, Super Level, Gram Za Darmo, Stromstock