Concept Game ideas (from Reddit users) up for grabs

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I posted a post on Reddit asking users for game ideas because I had reached a creators block(unfortunately), but one user, "notepad20" had an idea that caught my interest, we're now working together on this project. I feel like a jerk for leaving everyone elses idea just to hang because they're amazing ideas and I'd hate to have them thrown away. 


So I come here to ask if anyone wants to just do a side project and bring ideas to life! Here's the Reddit post: - enjoy digging through it.

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