hi jorge.
i agree, only these games with a lot of features and  replaiability will
keep me interested for monts and these are the only games that i'm
willing to buy. one example of that is entombed, you see, you will never
get bored onse the final product comes out, since each new game,
everything new, lots of possibilities, etc. mysteries of the ancients
will be a fun game, bekause there are some random factors that will make
i want to play the game from time to time bekause the different
monsters locations and itens. unfortunately, and i know that the side
scrollers works like this, but having no different places to explore wen
starting a game will reduce the replaiability for a bit.
and i agree with jorge about the soccer game. i'm also in this list that
he's talking about, and a lot of brazilians, and i believe peoples from
other countries are also waiting for a game like this.
not something like super football from vipgameszone, no! certain not!
the restrictions that you have wen playing the game are simple
unbelievable, making it boring to play the game.
i don't know exactly how to explain, but if you play a game like fifa
2008, you will see what i mean.
and i'd love to see a basketball game.
the racing game that you talk about, thomas is going to work on a game
similar to this wen mysteries of the ancients is finished.

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De: "Jorge" <jopo...@hotmail.com>
Para: "Gamers Discussion list" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Data: Terça, 18 de Agosto de 2009 14:57
Assunto: Re: [Audyssey] game ideas

Hello friends,
I´ve been playing audiogames for 6 years now and I also have some ideas 
about them!
I always thought that blind gamers are willing to pay for some 
entertainement but for this to happen I think the gamer, who is a client, 
should be respected. And what it means to be respected is to be offered a 
game with quality, challenge, with features that make you want to play for 
years.
For example, I proudly purchased Railracer because for me it was the best 
audiogame ever made and it totally was worth the money spent on it. This is 
what I call supporting the developers: they present you a game with quality, 
more or less in the deadlines that are supposed to be and that even includes 
online gaming that keeps your interest in the game! It´s a matter of trust.
Let's face the reality, some of the free games from Jim Kitchen are better 
than some other paid games: PCGolf was my first audiogame and I still play 
the newest version a lot!
There are two games which are absolutely missing in the market and I am sure 
that they would sell a lot if they are ever released!
A football game (soccer) because developers should remember that the world
is not only the United States of America and that in the rest of the world 
this game is loved by millions of people, and I guess that a big majority of 
non american players are waiting for this for years.
I belong to a list of hundrets of audiogamers with portuguese and spanish 
language and almost everyone agrees that a game like that would be a 
craziness for us!
Thinking that it would sell so much, I don't understand why no developer 
ever thought about that!
The second is a racing game with a system of season with points like F1, 
Nashcar or whatever. A game where you could edit the names of pilots and 
then you could make sessions of practice, qualifications, warm up and real 
races with features like weather conditions, adjustment of wings according 
to the track, wearing of tires, fuel consumption, good race line, movements 
of overtaking and blocking etc. I am pretty sure that it would sell a lot 
and I am also surprised that no one ever did it!
Sometimes simple ideas can create very profitable activities, we just have 
to think about them. It's always how I think in my professional life!
Cheers,
Jorge

Jorge Gonçalves
Email & MSN: jopo...@hotmail.com
Skype Username: joport3
Webpage: www.jorgegoncalves.com
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From: "shaun everiss" <shau...@xtra.co.nz>
To: "Gamers Discussion list" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 3:04 AM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] game ideas


> the beetle bug game is not to bad.
> we already have an engine of sorts.
> if you can get us sounds and maybe all the info about the tracks I am sure 
> I could probably do track/ car mods for ts2.1rc1.
> thats not a issue.
> At 12:39 p.m. 18/08/2009, you wrote:
>>here is some game ideas for any of game makers out there  i wonder if 
>>someone could make a game simular to the resident evil games and silent 
>>hill games or how about a horror house game where you take a tour through 
>>a hunted house i guess you can say a halloween house simulator like the 
>>ones you go to in october for halloween  how about a michael myer 
>>halloween game where you got to go through michael house and other places 
>>that was on the movies part one through part nine and even the two new 
>>ones  how about a beetle bug car raceing game where you can select 
>>different volt wagen to play as  when i had sight i love playing the 
>>legend of spyro games someone should make a spyro game another game that 
>>should get made is snake byte that was an old computer game if anyone what 
>>more ideas on these game idea let me know and i will go in more about the 
>>ideas i have for these games thank you
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