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A survey for Text Based Game Players
5 Replies - 938 Views - Last Post: 12 June 2010 - 03:15 AM
Posted 10 June 2010 - 01:46 AM
Im making a new game, the design is quite sophistacted,
standard Text Based Games are boring, im looking to make this games Experiance a legend, if you know what i mean.
I want to know, your ideas to make My game a better experiance, please post your ideas, to make a my game a better experiance for your self,
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Re: Game survey
Posted 10 June 2010 - 03:15 AM
This post has been edited by stayscrisp: 10 June 2010 - 03:15 AM
Re: Game survey
Posted 10 June 2010 - 08:52 AM
vThe Game name is undefined at the moment, BUT, its based on Arthurian Legend, but ive added a new twist. A new kingdom, Zeldoor, has Awoken.
Here is my Servey results so far:
Well i would like to see more player friendly options
like two different sides like good and evil and you may
own your own city and alliances may own their own too
and there are two main Kingdoms run by ADMINS one for good
and one for bad everyone starts off in the default kingdom
for their side and you cannot travel to the other kingdom
till a certain level you may attack other cities and builld
-----------Aaron1178's ideas - Coder -----------------------
King Arthur And Camelot KAAc for short is a new MMORPG, that
allows players to experiance the "good old days" back in the
Arthurian legend days.
Players will have the oppotunity to build their own settlement,
populate with NPC-Citizens(NPCC-Bot), but as the settlement leader, you
have the power to, Adjust tax Rates - Witch increases or decreases
population happyness, Fortify your settlement,
build up defencs units, build up attack units, BUT the attack units
are ownly to contribute to Camelot(Good) or Zeldoor(Evil). So, Yes,
King Arthur and Camelot allows alot of Player Choice, you can either
be Good or Evil- or nuetrul witch is the transition from Evil to Good.
King Arthur and Camelot introduces a hole new Attack system,
KAACAS(King Arthur And Camelot Attack System) will introduce:
Spells - the attack damage will be determined on: The level of the spell, The Players Magic Attack, Opponents Magic Defence, the type of spell, so if a player is good and he is using a Black magic Spell, then, he looses damage(Not Health the attack damage of the spell) And vice versa If a good player uses black magic, they loose Soul Points.
Bows And Arrows - Will be detemined on The velocity the player sets, the distance of the opponent, the opponents def, and more
Swords - General attack system will be set in place for this attack part.
Players, will have alot of Player Choice in KAAC from, Changing tax rates, building units, fortifying defences, aiding there kingdom leader, And tons more, players will have an exp bar, but instead of it leveling each time to a new level, you can spend your exp points, A new Spell, Level up a spell, a defence level, a attack level, and more.
Soul Points - This word will play a major part in KAAC, because this will determin how good, or how evil you really are, soul points will be measure by, +100 and - 100, so Posotive numbers are good, and negative are evill.
Hope this helps
As i said, this game engine will be sophisticated lol, and many people will doubt me, but i say "Good day to you sir", because, i code whats in my head, and this is in my head.
KAAC Development will take place in 4 Stages
Stage 1 - The base codes
Stage 2 - The attack system
Stage 3 - The rest of the game
Stage 4 - The Layout
This post has been edited by aaron1178: 10 June 2010 - 08:49 AM
Re: Game survey
Posted 12 June 2010 - 03:15 AM
games will not get better, if you cant even answer a lousy servey
1) Your sense of entitlement is a little off-putting. We don't owe you anything, nor do we have any obligation to answer your survey.
2) Speaking of answering your survey, a "survey" is traditionally a list of questions, usually yes/no or multiple choice, but sometimes a bit more complex. I see no questions here to answer, unless you count an implied "what do you think of my ideas?", which isn't quite what people tend to think of as a "survey".