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Kaheiyattsu

I like being a god!!!!

Back in my old private school after I got bored i used to pretend that I would make games when I grew up. The hours I spent making stats and mechanics, rules and characters. Oh how much time that took up, I've been starting to pick it up again lately out of boredom. Most of the time it's been a d&d kinda setup with some fallout an elderscrolls kinda feel to it. I know no body will ever play these games I invent but yet I find it cool to create them. My latest one is probably the most in depth one I've ever invented. I've never before created something with so many rules statistics or anythin like this. I dunno but I makes me feel accomplished when I create a game. Oh how I wish I had some clones to play with. I feel like I've created my own little world with it's own rules and reality. I AM GOD!!!! Just kidding ^^; but still it makes me feel great to make these games. Even if it's all for naught.
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Added: 7 years ago
 
Thanatos
7 years ago
I feel the same way :]

But i live near, and am part of, a large local gaming community centered around a gaming shop that's been open for like 35+ years, hell my uncles went to it as kids x.x
Kaheiyattsu
7 years ago
Cool I wish I lived near something like that. Would be cool
MarauderOctobot
7 years ago
I do that too, imagining up Mario and Pokémon games.
Kaheiyattsu
7 years ago
Well mine is more free range than that the user able to creat his own world with his own characters and story. I just premake somethings for the less creative bunch.
Frex
7 years ago
I kinda am good at creating places and worlds and new races but I am not so good in the stats and character creation in my whole life I only made a few chars that I felt happy with
Kaheiyattsu
7 years ago
Oh character creation is my favorite part. And me bein pretty go at math can handle stats and numbers with ease really.
Frex
7 years ago
what kind of unique things have you created? My latest creation is about a civiliation that lives on a live vulcano and have carved their homes into the walls of maybe a mile or two deep cliffs and canions around the vulcano and the rich folks and shops are on the top of those cliffs though there are no buildings on the vulcano self beside the temple and the palace because it is considered holy.
Kaheiyattsu
7 years ago
Well it's not as much of a world as it is a baseline for a player to creat the world himself, I just sometimes make preset characters locations and stories.
Salacious
7 years ago
Hehe, I know the feeling. I've been playing actual D&D since I was in middle school~ And so I've created, destroyed and manipulated tons of worlds, characters and happenings. It's lots of fun to work with.
Kaheiyattsu
7 years ago
Hehe I wish I knew people into this kinda thing in real life. It'd be cool to get into I think.
NB
NB
7 years ago
You'd be surprised at how many would be willing to play a game you make: for a long time I came up with ideas for a DBZ themed game with a friend and a year later we discovered MUDs/MUSHs and we both learned how to build onto an existing code base. Later we learned to code it and made a pretty decent game that followed most of our notes. Its been a long time since the game was up and I don't remember the number of registered players but it was always pretty active. I even made my own game shortly after and we both had a weird "rivalry" going but we more or less shared players.
Nightwind292
7 years ago
If ollie can get famous for Rym, the same can happen to you, go for it.
Catwheezle
7 years ago
This is why I became a programmer, and why I got into modding the Bethesda games.
Because then you really CAN be a god, and people really can play your work.

OK, it's a horrible grind actually getting the last 5% of the work finished and out the door. Crunch mode sucks donkey balls. But it's worth it when the complaints start rolling in... OK, the complaints and abuse and demands for better and more from fans don't really help either.

But though you'll only hear directly from them when things go wrong, most of the time, but you can see them playing and talking about it to each other, and that gives a glow like no other. It's really, really cool seeing people play your work, and having crazy fun with it.
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