50 RespondentsGeneral Population
|13 Responses to Option A|
A looks more 80's.
B is more 70's to me
The logo isn't sleek or slick but neither were the 80's. This one feels more authentic to me. I like the rubik's cube reference, just feels right.
The font in A is reminiscent of 80s arcade games.
I like the logo better
The logo is more reminiscent of arcade games from the 80's, so it looks more appealing.
Better icon, B too retro for me
I like the graphic and images better.
A looks 80's style, B looks more like 70's disco style
I like both looks, but I especially like Option A because it really looks like 80s video games.
Option A seems a bit retro and is more interesting to me.
The font reminds me of Tetris, and I would say that Tetris is one of my favorite video games.
Option A logo design has a less flashy 8-bit feel to it. Option B is eye-catching and flashy, but Option A seems like its contents would fit my gaming preferences better.
|37 Responses to Option B|
The text reminds me of street fighter 2 and I like that.
The logo makes it look like a more professional game.
I like the logo better.
Although it looks more modern it would make me play it more.
These both rock! B is just more amusing, but I also love the retro 8-bit vibe of A, so it just comes down to my mood at the moment. Either of them would get me excited to play the game.
like the design better reminds me of happy days
looks like a band logo for a hair band, i like it
These version of the graphic just screams 80s to me in just the right way.
A looks old b looks like the 80's but in a modern way
I think they both are great. I really like the look of both but went with B because it gave me a little bit of a stronger feeling towards the '80s. Both give me that feeling but B does it a little bit more.
Option B looks more Las Vegas style. Option A looks like Hollywood/Movies
Image seems more professional and reminds me of the the 80s more.
I like the fonts better
It looks smoother and like it would run better. It looks like a game from the 80's that has been brought into 2015 not 2015 going back to the 80's.
B as the font and over all color theme reminds you of the 80's
I like the B image the best. It implies that the game is going to cover a lot of different pop culture aspects of the 80's. The other image is good, but it sort of limits itself to being about 80's games.
I love the graphics so much more -- has a real 80s feel.
Logo is retro
If you're gonna play an 800 game...it's gonna have to be b......it's more 80s...a. would be good with the 90s
Option B is a cooler, glossier version of the retro game idea. Option A might actually be a slightly more authentic logo, but it's less attractive from a modern design standpoint.
Looks more authentic
it looks more 80's
I would rather play, or at least be more intrigued by, B. I think the design is just as 80's, but a bit different than what one would expect. A is a bit boring.
The font style and the neon colored lightning just screamed 80's which is very fitting when the title is "Super 80s World".
I just prefer this retro-vibe over the other option...I guess it seems more fun.
Image A is more consistent with the style of the 80s but image B is more sleek and eyecatching. Even if the game is about the 80s, I'm more attracted to a modern logo.
I would choose Option B because the graphics look cleaner and more high definition. The style makes me think of disco and fun 80s things. Option A did remind me of the Nintendo type game styles. I did like the feel of that one too.
I like both of them but I slightly prefer this one because it's more stylized.
The design of choice B fits well with the theme and name of the mobile app.
the logo seems more fitting for the genre the title's implying
I chose option B because the logo and text and the black background gives it more of a 80s vibe then option A.
B is a little more readable, but I don't have a strong preference.
I like the look of option B. Both are very 80s looking but B has a sharper more Miami Vice kind of look to it that I really identify with when I think of that era.