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Kk1496

Member Since 21 Jan 2013
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In Topic: Christian games

Yesterday, 06:32 PM

I originally started this thread to see what people thought of my idea. However, it seems like the idea is hard to explain. Since it's probably unwise to upload a GDD, I guess I'll have to try it and see what happens. 

 

Thanks, Frob, for trying to keep things on topic. 


In Topic: Christian games

Yesterday, 02:08 PM

 

 


Yeah, that's another thing I was getting at. There doesn't seem to be any games for Christians that share the same graphics quality and mechanics as mainstream games. I often think that Christian children may feel a bit left out because their parents deem games like CoD inappropriate due to their beliefs. So, maybe this can provide some kind of alternative.

 

 

And you really believe this bible RPG game of yours is going to be up to par with Call of Duty series in the eyes of kids? No, it'll end up at best just like the other sorry attempts of the religion genre. Because you're picking target audience as something that is not a target audience.

 

No, the problem is not that there's no Christian-version of CoD. The problem is that some families FORBID these kind of games from their kids. It's not just Christians that forbid and not all Christians forbid. These people are themselves responsible for their kid being left out.

 

 

 

No, sorry wrong choice of words. I meant that I could start using some of the mechanics an 3d art to bring it CLOSER to mainstream games instead of the ones I've seen that seem to be 2d and cartoony.


In Topic: Christian games

Yesterday, 01:45 PM

Wow, this thread has devolved quickly.

Wanted to say that contrary to Frob's first post an RPG doesn't have to be an open sandbox world where you can do anything you want. Unless we're looking to get into a genre naming debate but I don't think that's the direction this thread is going to go.

If you take an FF game and remove the combat you essentially have a story on rails which given the low possibility for story branching is probably the sort of approach to be looking at.  Then adding mini-games, puzzles, or fetch quests that fit with the story should be a way to hold the player's interest while driving the story forward. With minimal ability to impact what happens in the game you are going to need some sort of challenge give to the player. But it seems to me that combat in the garden of eden is bad idea because not only would it be out of place given what the environment is supposed to be but it's not in line with the task that you're trying to have the player do.

 

That's exactly what I was thinking and I'm currently rethinking that level into some kind of tutorial for the game.


In Topic: Christian games

Yesterday, 11:19 AM

Is it your goal to make a game FOR Christians? That's racism and prejudice. Implying the Christian couldn't play the same games everyone else does is extremely narrow-minded. Religion doesn't matter and people's different taste in games/culture/art/whatever is not dictated by their religion. All of us are different.

I think next time you 'see red' you should go outside and breath for a bit because this bit is clearly bullshit.Firstly; racism? Wut? 'Christians' aren't a fricken 'race'... hell, even if they were I'm not sure how it is because, assuming the OP is also a Christian, making a thing which might appeal to someone is hardly 'racist'.Secondly; Prejudice? again; wut? How is making a game which might appeal to one group of people in any way prejudice? While there are a great many Christians out there who might well be happy playing the latest CoD games it doesn't mean that they wouldn't also like a game set in a Christian-esque world either.So, yeah... cool your jets and think because rambling bullshit really doesn't help trying to get your point across...

Yeah, that's another thing I was getting at. There doesn't seem to be any games for Christians that share the same graphics quality and mechanics as mainstream games. I often think that Christian children may feel a bit left out because their parents deem games like CoD inappropriate due to their beliefs. So, maybe this can provide some kind of alternative.

In Topic: Christian games

21 July 2014 - 10:14 PM

Tutorial doctor: I was kinda hoping it would. I noticed that Christian movies got a lot of publicity after " The Bible" mini series came out. So,min was hoping this game could do so,etching useful.

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