When studying a game it is also good to do it by reading people’s reviews.
In the case of mobile games, reviews are very often driven by two factors:
- an in-game prompt asking you to leave a review. It is usually shown after a success, or at the end of the tutorial.
- a moment of anger and frustration of a player. The lowest grade is usually given. For example, one star.
- a moment of wonder and joy for a player. Normally the highest grade is given. For example, five stars.
When analyzing the reviews of a game (but also of a product on an e-store in general), I always filter for the average rating and above the average. For example, three and four-star reviews.
In fact, people who leave intermediate values usually leave more detailed comments. They belong to that part of Internet users that are a little less superficial. People who think things through a little more. The best candidates to give quality feedback!