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PostSubject: Interviewee On The Spot: Full Series    Mon Apr 25, 2011 9:01 am

SERIES MENU
> Interviewee On The Spot: Pamela J Castles
> Interviewee On The Spot: Gary Woodruff
> Interviewee On The Spot: Dana Wing
> Interviewee On The Spot: Dell West
> Interviewee On The Spot: Mary Hogan
> Interviewee On The Spot: Christina Marie Angelo
> Interviewee On The Spot: James Robertson
> Interviewee On The Spot: Doris Ann Anderson

You will find all these interviews above in the same order below Wink


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PostSubject: Re: Interviewee On The Spot: Full Series    Mon Apr 25, 2011 9:05 am

Interviewee On The Spot: Pamela J Castles

Interviewee on the spot is a brand new series brought to you by our very own team of CityVille Experts to reflect on the game we all love to play. Through this we want to collect feedback on our website and see whats your opinion on CityVille and put you in positions you might have thought you'd only be able to wish to answer. Get ready to get asked questions by myself Manager Teresa or maybe our very own CEO Mayoral Jones! If you are asked to answer questions you can opt out if you want as there is no forcement in place so don't worry about that. Here we go!

I'm here today interviewing Pamela J. Castles She is the City Mayor of Megalopolis in Cityville and has graciously accepted my invitation to interview her.

If you were a developer for Cityville, what would you change?

Expansion sizes....increase the size as you progress, rather than the cost!
How do you rate Cityvillegamers.com from 1 - 10?
About a 5....they are still new at this!

What do you think would make Cityville more user friendly?
Make the fences easier to put together! It is so frustrating trying to get them to connect with each other! LOL

Create new and better ways to get and give energy.

As a player what would you like to see changed?

Make an accept all button to receive gifts, so you don't have to go through 100 requests! Also, if you have given a friend a gift, then take any send a gift back tag off their gifts they send you, rather than telling us we can't send one to them because we already have.


What new themes would you like to see in the game?

Future City....like the Jetsons! Funky Town....with disco balls and nightclubs and penthouse apartments! Houseboats! And a Riverboat Casino!

Also, I will tell you that one thing that I would like to see in the game is a place to either chat or message in the game itself.

We'd like to thank Pamela J Castles for taking part in this new scheme! What did you think of her opinions? We'd love to hear from you! Do tell us what you thought of this in the comments section below.



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PostSubject: Re: Interviewee On The Spot: Full Series    Mon Apr 25, 2011 9:09 am

Interviewee On The Spot: Gary Woodruff


This is our second Interviewee On The Spot in a brand new series brought to you by our very own team of CityVille Experts to reflect on the game we all love to play. Through this we want to collect feedback on our website, see what your opinions are on CityVille and put you in a position you might have thought you'd only be able to wish to answer. Get ready to be asked questions by myself,  Manager Teresa or maybe our very own CEO, Mayoral Jones! If you are asked to answer questions, you can opt out if you want to, we will not force you to answer anything you don't want to, so don't worry about that. Here we go!


I'm here today interviewing Gary Woodruff.  He is the City Mayor of G-DUBVILLE in Cityville and has graciously accepted my invitation to interview him.


1. If you were a developer for Cityville, what would you change?

The rewards. Unless they add a lot more ranch decor I'm just not sure what I'm going to do with 248 black cows!  Maybe they could rotate the rewards like they do with the days played in a row.

2. How do you rate CityVillegamers.com from 1 - 10?

I give CityVillegamers.com a 10! I personally love the site. There is loads of helpful information. They also have lots of game updates. Keep up the great work!

3. What do you think would make Cityville more user friendly?

Well, I would rather answer: How I think they could make it more "user friendly...or just plain friendly...Wink
How about addressing Gifting issues? People would be more willing to send/accept gifts if it didn't take away from their own inventory. I mean if you are all on the same quest at the same time noone wants to give up gifts if they need them too.

4. As a player, what would you like to see changed?

I would like to see the Franchise system overhauled. For instance:
I currently have 46 Tower Eats in my neighbors' cities that are for the most part giving me somewhat of a return on my 800,000 coin investment. But I have 25 unclaimed Tower Eats in inactive players' cities. Maybe they could put a time limit on how long they have before the request expires and then return the coins. Wink

5. What new themes would you like to see in the game?

I am all for variety. I wouldn't mind if I never saw the same city twice. Maybe they could make the current decos transparent at the base so it wouldn't matter if you placed it on a sidewalk or the grass, it would blend in.
We'd like to thank Gary Woodruff for taking part in this new scheme! What did you think of his opinions? We'd love to hear from you! Do tell us what you thought of this in the comments section below.
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PostSubject: Re: Interviewee On The Spot: Full Series    Mon Apr 25, 2011 9:13 am

Interviewee On The Spot: Dana Wing

This is our third Interviewee On The Spot in a brand new series brought to you by our very own team of CityVille Experts to reflect on the game we all love to play. Through this we want to collect feedback on our website, see what your opinions are on CityVille and put you in a position you might have thought you'd only be able to wish to answer. Get ready to be asked questions by myself,  Manager Teresa or maybe our very own CEO, Mayoral Jones! If you are asked to answer questions, you can opt out if you want to, we will not force you to answer anything you don't want to, so don't worry about that. Here we go!

I'm here today interviewing Dana Wing.  She is the City Mayor of Hippyville in Cityville and has graciously accepted my invitation to interview her.

1. If you were a developer for Cityville, what would you change?

I would make it easier to get energy and not have a limit on energy.  The bigger my city gets the more energy I need!

2. How do you rate CityVillegamers.com from 1 - 10?

I would give CityVillegamers.com a 9.

3. What do you think would make Cityville more user friendly?

I dont know, it is pretty user friendly now.


4. As a player, what would you like to see changed?

Just the energy issue.

5. What new themes would you like to see in the game?

I would like to see some interactive things like some of the other Zynga games have.

We'd like to thank Dana Wing for taking part in this new scheme! What did you think of her opinions? We'd love to hear from you! Do tell us what you thought of this in the comments section below.
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PostSubject: Re: Interviewee On The Spot: Full Series    Wed Apr 27, 2011 5:34 am

Interviewee On The Spot: Dell West


Our series, Interviewee On The Spot, continues.  Brought to you by our very own team of CityVille Experts to reflect on the game we all love to play. Through this we want to collect feedback on our website, see what your opinions are on CityVille and put you in a position you might have thought you'd only be able to wish to answer. Get ready to be asked questions by myself,  Manager Teresa or maybe our very own CEO, Mayoral Jones! If you are asked to answer questions, you can opt out if you want to, we will not force you to answer anything you don't want to, so don't worry about that.  We also welcome volunteers to be interviewed, so please feel free to speak up should you want to be interviewed.  Here we go!

I'm here today interviewing Dell West.  She is the City Mayor of Dell's City in Cityville and has graciously accepted my invitation to interview her.

1. If you were a developer for Cityville, what would you change?

Make it easier to expand, by the time you put houses in your city there is no room left to decorate.

2. How do you rate CityVillegamers.com from 1 - 10?


I would give CityVillegamers.com a 10.

3. What do you think would make Cityville more user friendly?

I would like to be able to delete non-playing neighbours easier.
4. As a player, what would you like to see changed?

No energy limits!

5. What new themes would you like to see in the game?

A pleasure craft on the water.

We'd like to thank Dell West for taking part in this new scheme! What did you think of her opinions? We'd love to hear from you! Do tell us what you thought of this in the comments section below.  And remember, if you would like to be interviewed please let us know!!
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PostSubject: Re: Interviewee On The Spot: Full Series    Thu Apr 28, 2011 4:16 am

Interviewee On The Spot: Mary Hogan


Our series, Interviewee On The Spot, continues, brought to you by our very own team of CityVille Experts to reflect on the game we all love to play. Through this we want to collect feedback on our website, see what your opinions are on CityVille and put you in a position you might have thought you'd only be able to wish to answer. Get ready to be asked questions by myself,  Manager Teresa or maybe our very own CEO, Mayoral Jones! If you are asked to answer questions, you can opt out if you want to, we will not force you to answer anything you don't want to, so don't worry about that.  We also welcome volunteers to be interviewed, so please feel free to speak up should you want to be interviewed.  Here we go!

I'm here today interviewing Mary Hogan.  She is the City Mayor of Hoville in Cityville and has graciously accepted my invitation to interview her.

1. If you were a developer for Cityville, what would you change?

Faster expansions! All the quests require you to build something but there is no room. Any expansion you get you need to put houses on so you can get the next expansion. I would like to put more businesses in, but need houses first.
2. How do you rate CityVillegamers.com from 1 - 10?


I would give CityVillegamers.com a 10.

3. What do you think would make Cityville more user friendly?

Less lag time/delays in loading.
4. As a player, what would you like to see changed?

I would love to be able to expand beyond the river! Build a bridge and explore uncharted areas.
5. What new themes would you like to see in the game?

A carnival/amusement park.

We'd like to thank Mary Hogan for taking part in this new scheme! What did you think of her opinions? We'd love to hear from you! Do tell us what you thought of this in the comments section below.  And remember, if you would like to be interviewed please let us know!!
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PostSubject: Re: Interviewee On The Spot: Full Series    Sat Apr 30, 2011 3:54 am

Interviewee On The Spot: Christina Marie Angelo



Our series, Interviewee On The Spot, continues, brought to you by our very own team of CityVille Experts to reflect on the game we all love to play. Through this we want to collect feedback on our website, see what your opinions are on CityVille and put you in a position you might have thought you'd only be able to wish to answer. Get ready to be asked questions by myself,  Manager Teresa or maybe our very own CEO, Mayoral Jones! If you are asked to answer questions, you can opt out if you want to, we will not force you to answer anything you don't want to, so don't worry about that.  We also welcome volunteers to be interviewed, so please feel free to speak up should you want to be interviewed.  Here we go!



I'm here today interviewing Christina Marie Angelo.  She is the City Mayor of Christina's Town in Cityville and has graciously accepted my invitation to interview her.
1. If you were a developer for Cityville, what would you change?

To be able to remove all ungrown crops.

2. How do you rate CityVillegamers.com from 1 - 10?


I would give CityVillegamers.com a 10.

3. What do you think would make Cityville more user friendly?

Having less things on the left side.

4. As a player, what would you like to see changed?

Cheaper upgrades for the city.

5. What new themes would you like to see in the game?

I would like to see a bowling alley, theme park, and a water park.

6. Is there anything else you would like to say about CityVille or CityVillegamers.com?

It's a great game!  I love to play it.

We'd like to thank Christina Marie Angelo for taking part in this new scheme! What did you think of her opinions? We'd love to hear from you! Do tell us what you thought of this in the comments section below.  And remember, if you would like to be interviewed please let us know!!
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PostSubject: Re: Interviewee On The Spot: Full Series    Thu May 05, 2011 11:53 am

Interviewee On The Spot: James Robertson



Our series, Interviewee On The Spot, continues, brought to you by our very own team of CityVille Experts to reflect on the game we all love to play. Through this we want to collect feedback on our website, see what your opinions are on CityVille and put you in a position you might have thought you'd only be able to wish to answer. Get ready to be asked questions by myself,  Manager Teresa or maybe our very own CEO, Mayoral Jones! If you are asked to answer questions, you can opt out if you want to, we will not force you to answer anything you don't want to, so don't worry about that.  We also welcome volunteers to be interviewed, so please feel free to speak up should you want to be interviewed.  Here we go!



I'm here today interviewing James Robertson.  He is the City Mayor of James' Town in Cityville and has graciously accepted my invitation to interview him.
1. If you were a developer for Cityville, what would you change?

 

I would change the limits on items in inventory to none.  It would be nice to have no limits.  I would also change the limit on the number of gifts you can send to at least 80 or 100.


 

2. How do you rate CityVillegamers.com from 1 - 10? 


I would give CityVillegamers.com a 7.

3. What do you think would make Cityville more user friendly?

No Comment.

4. As a player, what would you like to see changed?

It would be nice if there was no population requirement for expansion.  Just cash and permits.

5. What new themes would you like to see in the game?

If the player's city was a state capital it would be nice to have a goal that let you place a National Guard Unit in your city.  I think it would be respectful to the men and women in uniform.

6. Is there anything else you would like to say about CityVille or CityVillegamers.com?

Cityville is a fun game and I will keep playing for a long time, but I would like to see a few small changes.  

We'd like to thank James Robertson for taking part in this new scheme! What did you think of his opinions? We'd love to hear from you! Do tell us what you thought of this in the comments section below.  And remember, if you would like to be interviewed please let us know!!
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PostSubject: Re: Interviewee On The Spot: Full Series    Tue May 10, 2011 2:59 am

Interviewee On The Spot: Doris Ann Anderson


Our series, Interviewee On The Spot, continues, brought to you by our very own team of CityVille Experts to reflect on the game we all love to play. Through this we want to collect feedback on our website, see what your opinions are on CityVille and put you in a position you might have thought you'd only be able to wish to answer. Get ready to be asked questions by myself,  Manager Teresa or maybe our very own CEO, Mayoral Jones! If you are asked to answer questions, you can opt out if you want to, we will not force you to answer anything you don't want to, so don't worry about that.  We also welcome volunteers to be interviewed, so please feel free to speak up should you want to be interviewed.  Here we go!



I'm here today interviewing Doris Ann Anderson.  She is the City Mayor of  Johnson City in Cityville and has graciously accepted my invitation to interview her.
1. If you were a developer for Cityville, what would you change?

 

I would stop with all the limits on the game.

2. How do you rate CityVillegamers.com from 1 - 10? 

I would give CityVillegamers.com a 6.

3. What do you think would make Cityville more user friendly?

A way to change things around that would be easier, such as a chest where you could put things like house or a shop.  I know there is the warehouse but it only holds so much.

4. As a player, what would you like to see changed?

The energy, either stop it or increase the amount we can have.

5. What new themes would you like to see in the game?

More with the zoo and more land on the beach area.

6. Is there anything else you would like to say about CityVille or CityVillegamers.com?

I love the game but at times it is hard to play.  I read it is because we keep increasing the land making it too big for what our computers can handle.  I wonder if that is true.

We'd like to thank Doris Ann Anderson for taking part in this new scheme! What did you think of her opinions? We'd love to hear from you! Do tell us what you thought of this in the comments section below.  And remember, if you would like to be interviewed please let us know!!
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