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Your Dream Game Answered

Let's say that you have an idea for making a videogame. You are good with 3D software, designing, game flow, you are creative, and you are a programming GOD. What woud you dream game be? Would it be a simple arcade or a puzzle game? Or would it be a complex RPG or action game? Would it have a story? Are you even working on it now? Do you have artwork or ideas you wish to share? Remember-it is your dream game. It's whatever you want it to be.

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MattGyver92

9 years ago

If I could make any game, I would make an RPG similar to Fallout 3 and Oblivion. The main charctar is the charactar in my profile image. He is an Eyebot (nickname I gave him because of his head shape)(hey, people get bored) and he has different abilities depending on the color of his "iris". There are aproximately ten thousand eyebots all together. The story starts out that he (#117) and the other 9,999 of his number were constructed after artificial intelligence was fully developd. The nerve endings in a normal human brain were duplicated in ciruit form and enhanced. Eyebots made humans obsolete, but chose to be commanded by them. Eventually, humans grew suspicious that they would threaten the existence of humans by corrupting the government, and so all ten thousand were put into stasis on the moon. The eyebots hacked into their hibernation pods before entering stasis, so they could (in thirty years) escape. The day finally came. The pods opened, and the eyebots built an underground base on the moon and gradually over a year, they were all on earth... well, all but one. The 117th eyebot's pod malfunctioned and stayed shut until the lock short circuited and it opened (twenty years after the eyebots returned from exile on the moon). Eyebot 117's memory core hard drive recieved errors in the initial reboot (he can't remember who he is, etc...). Eventually discovering the moon base, he uses the last escape pod to enter earth. The rocket has deteriorated as well, and he crashes in a desert in Nevada. Eventually following bread crumbs to an eyebot outpost base, he learns the location of their headquarters. Upon reaching his headquarters whislt avoiding human eyes, he is greeted with celebration for his arrival and he learns about eyebots with powers. Eyebots that are powered by flame, can attack/defend themselves using fire, water eyebots do the same with water, etc. Each "type" of eyebot has their own base in a secret location and is cut off, isolated, and at times-hostile to unpowered "underling" eyebots. 117 has orders to unite all the types of eyebots-no matter what. This means he must find each base, find the eyebot commander, and do as he says to win the favor of that type of eyebot and their base. As he does this, he gains the ability to control his type/attacks/skills/etc. Eyebot travels reuniting his powered numbers together and eventually he is discovered by the humans. Meanwhile, an evil darker shadow clone of an eyebot is created. After the eyebots (other than 117) returned to earth years earlier, the scientist who successfully created the first eyebot brain was murdured by his rival brother. Also a scientist (but with darker intentions) he uses his brother's plans to construct a black/dark eyebot in hope for world domination. Eyebot model X was created. X's breed multipies to create an army of X clones with two goals in mind: Destroy humans, and destroy (regular) eyebots. Eyebot befriends the humans after the shadow eyebots attack a major city, and the (good) eyebots help the police/military vanquish the enemy. Once all of the eyebot types are united (and discovered), 117 leads them into dark eyebot bases throughout the map and gets bits and pieces to the location of where the source of the dark eyebots are coming from. With the help of their military and his eyebot armies, 117 (temporarily-you gotta make it easy for a sequal) defeats X and his black eyebot army. An eyebot is usually similar in behavior to a normal human in decision making, judgment, and emotions (remember-his brain was copied from a human's), but his logic and intelligence is higher by 500% and has the capablity to speak and understand all languages. Approximatly 6 feet tall, 183 lbs., he can lift objects that are twice his body weight (unpowered/normal). Other types can lift five to seven times their body weight and can perform a large variety of attacks/defenses/skills depending on their power type.

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Spl1nt3rC3ll

9 years ago

If they actually made a Halo game that was as gritty and "realistic" (as realistic as you can get with this kind of fiction) as the short films and cutscenes. I'd take that over unloading two full magazines into a screaming eight year old any day. Think of it as a cross between the Call of Duty series and Halo.



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wolf555hound

9 years ago

A game where you have to be kinda strapped to a chair. A worker plugs a cord thingy into the back of your head and as soon as it connects, your in a "perfect" simuation of life. An operator i thre when you call to get you out, give you weapon/skills and such. Just remember..Deja Vu is a glitch in the system

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Lithium Rain

9 years ago

A roller coaster simulator, complete with fans to blow air in my face and a chair that turns like those racecar arcade ones.