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|15 Responses to Option A|
This title goes better with the picture
B doesn't do an adequate job of saying what the game is about.
judgment day sounds more interesting
It seems more appropriate for the theme
The title describes the game well. It's catchy and I'm interested in the game.
this just seems more interesting
I like the phrase judgement day in the title.
I prefer this because it tells me at once what it is about.
Option A is more specific and tells us more about the game. Option B is very generic and sounds like a lot of other things.
I like Human or AI because that is what its going to truly come down to in the end for real
Definitely A. It lets you know who/what you are fighting against.
I chose A, because I think it describes the game in a more obvious way, though B has a nicer flow.
The other one sounds lame.
I really like both names, but option A sounds more exciting to me. It would definitely catch my attention.
I like judgment day (you spelled judgment wrong by the way) I don't care for the Human or ai, maybe human vs ai.
|35 Responses to Option B|
looks a little better
I'm not sure if the alternate is very indicative of what sort of game it is. Art of War at least keys me in to some sort of battle game.
I think the shorter the better is the way to go when naming an app.
This title seems more enticing, because it makes it sound like a fun and challenging game.
Much better title.
a is too direct, it is more like an explanation not a game name
The title of option b looks better on the icon has more white space.
It has a better flow
"B" is the better title but both images are definitely in the Uncanny Valley territory.
A little cheesy, but more promising.
I chose B because the name implies that you need skill to be successful in the game. A sounds more like a part of The Terminator movie franchise.
B - because Sun Tzu will hopefully help in finding strategies in fighting the AIs...
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Shorter names are always catchier and fits better on the screen. The picture conveys the theme well so no need to spell it out. I do like the name "Judgement Day", though.
This is more original.
B has a stronger sound to it, especially the part of being the last day.
This title seems more extraordinary and intriguing more so than the other choice.
I actually like both names, however option B is shorter, therefore more appealing and eye catching. Longer names tend to not get proper attention.
Option B is my choice. I don't like either one but since you need a choice B is mine. You stole the title from a book. That's not cool. But I don't want to know up front in the title who's fighting at least not the way A does it. So I'm going with B because it still has a bit of mystery.
B is much more appealing and has a better ring to it.
this option is better because the other option seems like a rip off from the movie terminator 2.
I like both but Option B seems way more fitting. They both evoke thoughts of other things, but Judgement Day combined with the photos makes it seem like a Terminator rip-off, so that's a turn-off.
B sounds more like a fun game and is very appealing.
The name of B sounds better as it is more concise. I believe that less sends a better message.
I can never tell if that letter is an I or an L
I read A as the name "Al" and not artificial intelligence
The title Art of War sounds interesting
Small and simple title, but tells you what the game is about - the end of days and it's war.
The left side's title is just a cliche.
I think war is more of a gamer friendly title
My choice sounds more interesting with nuances due to the word "art" in the title
More dramatic, option A on the other hand a bit 'too wordy'.
This icon and tagline seems more appropriate for a wider audience
"AI" looks like it says the name AL, like short for Albert. Who is this Al?
While A gives more of a description of what the game is about, it's too wordy and B sounds cooler and more intriguing.