i am working on a new game where you choose where to go and from there is liek a storygame inside another storygame.
i already did the hotel and it was kind of like a horror if you made the wrong decision.
The bad side of town
for the store i was thinking like you have to shoplift something out of the store successfully.For the aquarium you need to escape the crazy man trying to feed you to the sharks.the bad side of town would be like a free roam enciroment with a barbershop,nightclub and a store from which you can also shoplift in.
Any ideas are appreciated
I have idea where man is hungry, so man steal bread for feed family, but all family go Siberia. So man think, "More bread for me." But actually bread have worm, so man is die. HA!
Seriously though, you should totally include a giant robot in your story.
i am going to try that. i am going to include a water tower in the aquarium that turns out to be a giant attack robot
Sentinel, I'm truthfully unsure if your being sarcastic or not in this post.
@Crooked: A good example of stories within stories would be Endmaster's Tales from the Basement. I believe there were 4 different short-stories in there.
Ah, so it's about a single character and possible life-changing choices?
Make sure to include humor and decide if you will have the stories connected in some fashion or directly separated from each other and contained within their own short stories.
No, I wasn't being sarcastic, I shit you not, I genuinely believe the giant robot will greatly improve the complexity of the plot.
I believe Fireplay was talking about this part of your post.
"I have idea where man is hungry, so man steal bread for feed family, but all family go Siberia. So man think, "More bread for me." But actually bread have worm, so man is die. HA!"
Ha. Ha. Ha.
I was obviously being sarcastic in that part, I was speaking Latvian and everything.
Actually I meant his entire post but I don't think it matters at this point.
You should realize by now that Ford is always completely serious when talking about giant robots.