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So I wonder how hard it would be to make a Go game? That said, if it was too similar to Pokémon Go then maybe Nintendo wouldn't like
My idea for a game (which I want to make on my TI 84+CE-T (basically a TI 84+CE) is called "Kill The Evil Queen"It starts with Prince Phillip announcing on the news that The Queen is actually an evil monster with rotating teeth. He is in shock.The task is to kill the Queen but she can shapeshift into various types of monster, including a giant lizard which makes her quite hard to kill!What do you guys think?
Any idea for any plot other than that? Platformer? Dungeon crawler? Shooter?Will there be story progression or just levels? Who is the player? A little more design would help.
Not too sure of the details yet, but a top-down 2D shooter type thing, possibly with RPG/puzzle solving elements.Quote from: E37 on August 15, 2016, 08:27:14 pmAny idea for any plot other than that? Platformer? Dungeon crawler? Shooter?Will there be story progression or just levels? Who is the player? A little more design would help.
Again a little design would help. (unless you are like me and just make stuff and see what it turns out to be)...
I like the idea @kotu about Kill the Evil Queen. Just make sure that the ticalc.org version of the game doesn't include an actual picture of Queen Elizabeth, though, since their rules appear not to allow depicting real people other than the game author (this is why only the CodeWalrus and TI-Planet versions of Opossum Massage Simulator have a picture of Donald Trump). As for ideas, since she's evil in the game, maybe she could be possessed by some evil spirit or past leader that was particularly bad and now she must be "killed" as some form of exorcism? It could also be that she died but became undead in the future and now must be killed.
As for the portrayal of real people, I don't think I can really make this game without doing it. Does that mean I can't even mention people by name?
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