Your Dream Game

Discussion in 'Indie Related Chat' started by whisperstorm, Jul 31, 2004.

  1. whisperstorm

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    Just a fun thought, but what kind of game would you create if you had unlimited coding skills, resources, graphic designers, etc. This is just pie in the sky, but it helps to reach high, then scale back to what you can do over the course of 50 or so weekends :)

    My pie in the sky game is something I've been thinking about for a long time. I want to create an rpg with an anime style like old-style console RPG's (zelda, final fantasy) and combine that with a sort of strategy - puzzle game like Bejeweled or Puyo Pop. I've worked out alot of the gameplay, but just in my head :( However it's something fun to think about during odd hours of the day. I've even got the cut-scenes worked out.
     
  2. Wayward

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    Got 'em

    I thought all programmers had unlimited coding skills, or is it just me? :)
     
  3. whisperstorm

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    I think you confused that with unlimited bragging skills :p
     
  4. alfie

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    Does that work with number ones and number two's?

    Alfie

    PS Have you tried it and is it fun?
     

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