I have a game for you - Don't Shit Your Pants
I have a game for you - Don't Shit Your Pants
Family Fantasy VII - a roleplaying game featuring a family, destined to save the world.
Dragon Pants - you are the owner of the mystical dragon pants, passed on generation after generation from the legendary black shinobi, killer of the vicious peruvian demon Kyakualuamuatutu. You had a fight with your girlfriend, and she stole them and took them to their parents house. As a ninja in undies you have retrieve your legendary trousers. The only problem is her family is the infamous Boss family, a famous vile family of kingpins, having crushed many would be heroes, like Mike Haggard, Ryu Hayabusa and even Ken Masters. All this with a time limit! Make it or lose the pants forever!
" You're a game designer; What's the title of your game?" is the name of my game.
It's a 4X space flight and economy simulator game. The hook is that space is actually CYBERSPACE! and your commodities are ideas for video games that you need to physical transport from computer to computer via the dangerous INTERWEB, which is a nefarious system of tubes you have to navigate through.
Samba themed beat 'em up akin to Final Fight/Streets of rage.
Extreme action baseball, but with genetically enhanced female players.
Also, lets not forget my trilogy series Person Shooter. First game in this trilogy is called
followed by and finally a . Gameplay is derived from the title (except the second one is a Japanese RTS).
You are a player at a tabletop RPG meetup. You must follow your character's adventure as they follow their character's adventure and see what twists unfold as they watch what twists unfold. You can place your stats in Charisma (used to try talking the game master into things), Intelligence (allows you to use skills such as purposefully misinterpreting one of the game's rules to allow yourself to do something you shouldn't, or to stop someone from doing something they should be allowed to do), Dexterity (for a chance at cheating your rolls), and Patience (when your patience is depleted, your character gives up the game and leaves to do something else with their Saturday, giving you a game over).
I would actually play this.
The Ink of War:
Collect yakuza-style back tattoos, Pokemon style. You transform into the animal displayed on the tattoo and battle other back tattoo animal people. Brilliant.
At the end you find out that your father was a shark.
Isometric action game about two continents at war. The west continent represents North America, and it's soldiers are cowboys. The east continent represents Asia, and it's soldiers are samurai.
The Game of Thrones.
Online multiplayer game, 4-8 players (playtesting will determine how many) thrown into a overview of Westeros and given a family at random. Your goal is to Conquer the Iron Throne, each player doesn't know which family is AI controlled or player controlled. The mechanics would be similar to Crusader Kings and maybe a bit of Mount and Blade. Your typical match would be faster than a Crusader Kings, altering of mechanics would be necessary to make it faster but still have the options. Possibly no offsprings, or if you do die you lose your claim to the throne and must pick a surviving player to support.
Hot Damn, That's Way Too Much Butter: Basically Cooking Mama, but with an almost disturbing emphasis on butter.
Tom Clancy's FreeCell: Again, basically Cooking Mama, if Cooking Mama were a card game.
Cuisine Matriarch: Nothing at all like Cooking Mama. More like Pac-Pix meets Hexen 2.
Point Zero is a generational god game played from multiple camera views ala Spore.
As an astronaut that has gone into space on a solo mission to discover the outer reaches of our galaxy in the year 2050, you find yourself reaching the end of the galaxy and meeting God. In meeting God, he asks you to go through his creations and fix errors that he made which harm the elegance of his grand design (the platypus, the male scrotum, and many other things). You have to start from scratch with each of these creations, and once you have completed them, you must add them into the galaxy's timeline (which God can see the entirety of). However, where you insert them and how you insert them could lead to butterfly effects occurring throughout the rest of the timeline, leading to new creations that you must start over with.
Can you keep the timeline from becoming completely unstable and thus leading to a perfect galaxy, or will you muck things up so bad that you have to start the entire universe from scratch?
Tell me you wouldn't fucking play it.
*P.S. - All of this is poor man copywritten.
Like the female scrotum?
What if you could intrinsically redesign it to BE a female scrotum, thus causing a massive unhinging in the universe that would finally make it acceptable to be transgender? What if that one thing is the key to total world equality in the mind hive?
Think of the possibilities.
It's a rap RPG where you start from da streets and go on a motherfucking rap quest to become the realest motherfucker ever plus the soundtrack is all the rap music ever and if you can plug in a mic you can do the rapping, you can even become best friends with the RZA
Edit: Didn't notice VGK's post but def jamtasy sounds rad, too
Use your keyboard!
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