Darius Testing Ratings
Workers feel this requester pays fairly
Darius Testing Wage History
Top Worker Reviews
Unity games / Surveys - $1.00
$2.73 / hour
00:22:00 / completion time
ProsThe advice to make sure the game loaded before doing the hit was good. Unity Player is slow on my connection (WIFI hotspot on a 4GLTE phone) and it took ~5 minutes to load. (I didn't accept the hit until I was sure the player loaded so the time here does not include that.)
Cons- Text explanations (the few there were) had English issues. This needed proofreading before it was posted.
- The game is a YMMV experience. If you're familiar with this type of game you may find it easy. I never play games like this; I never did figure it out and finally just gave up out of frustration after ~10 minutes of trying to play it.
Advice to RequesterIt might help to limit this to people who are familiar with this type of game. They will probably find it less frustrating, and your data may be more useful. Please also have someone who is fluent in English proofread the text before it's posted.
Play an RPG game in Unity; complete surveys - $1.50
$12.24 / hour
00:07:21 / completion time
ProsGame was cool to play, I paused my timer once I finished the first "quest" since I think that's probably as far as you NEED to play but I did keep playing a bit after that. Unpaused it once I resumed the actual HIT to try & give a fair portrayal of how much time you're "required" to spend (even though you could cut it even shorter if you wanted I guess).
No writing, its all bubbles after the game.
Approved in an hour or so.
ConsIf you aren't a "gamer" this is going to be a nightmare to pickup/get through haha. Web based MMO type interface so WASD movement & keybinding for spells/etc is not going to be intuitive or make any sense to someone totally unfamiliar with this style of task.
Play a simple game in Unity; complete surveys - $0.75
$2.14 / hour
00:21:00 / completion time
Pros- no loading or other problems
Cons- The pay is too low for what's required. I think the amount of time needed to spend on the game would vary with the complexity, but then there's the survey afterword, and it's not only fairly long but also has several writing questions. One is about feedback so some people might be able to skip it; I've always had to use it.
- The description for this says "simple game" (which is the only reason I tried it). I did think it was simple but it's not my idea of a "game;" I can't explain more without revealing some of the content, and this is an academic survey. Also - maybe I missed something; there were no instructions...
Advice to RequesterPlease include instructions for even your simple games.