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Friday, November 1, 2013

KoopaTV's October Afterthoughts

By LUDWIG VON KOOPA - What will these titles look like when KoopaTV is a year old?

Let's start this recap article by looking at what I wrote last month. I said KoopaTV had great growth in September and it'd be great if it kept up in October. Unfortunately, September was an anomaly. Still, KoopaTV is trying out new things to shake the scene up, such as now having Twitter support in addition to Facebook. And that's not all: We have some things in planning. Not gonna disclose 'em 'cause that ruins surprises.

Well one of the things I'm going to do is make the site slightly easier to navigate, which will include things like links to the previous/next part in articles divided into parts or those that are obvious sequels. Those will be rolled out sometime soon.

On another note, some traditionally ignored categories of articles got attention this month. I'm looking at you, General! As for non-ignored, November will contain KoopaTV's 100th "Game Commentary" article! Stay tuned.

Anyway, it's about time for my Top 5 recommended articles from the month of October. Remember, they're all worth reading. Certain types of articles are automatically excluded from this list, such as logs. These are in chronological order.

  1. Facebook's Mobile Game Publishing
  2. Cities and Pok√©mon Mascots — Full Explanation!
  3. Map Screens — Lost The Way
  4. Shut Them Up By Shutting Them Down!
  5. I'm Sick of Charizard
If you'd like to see more than just my lovely visage (you see the influences of my colleagues within those articles, right?) on KoopaTV's main page, then feel free to submit some Guest Posts! If you want more information, comment anywhere on the site! I'll know...!

Ludwig's NNID is PrinceOfKoopas. Hit him up on Miiverse. Hitting him up on his 3DS is stupid now because of the loss of social features, but that'll be the subject of a later article.

To see September's recap article linked again, you're looking at it now.
For next month's recap article, see here.
We now know what the article titles look like a year from now, because here is this article a year from now.
That later article happens to be this one. Click here!

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