beschizza at June 13th, 2014 14:48 — #1
jandrese at June 13th, 2014 14:55 — #2
It does have an actual ending, which Oreilly says will take 50 hours to reach. I cannot imagine what that might be, which is great
Wouldn't the ending just be the mountain weathering away to nothing?
jardine at June 13th, 2014 15:04 — #3
Maybe it has sex with a washing machine.
thaumatechnicia at June 13th, 2014 16:31 — #4
Again you foil me, Jardine!
senorwences at June 13th, 2014 17:54 — #5
Wouldn't it be cool if this were the mountain simulation?
boundegar at June 13th, 2014 19:31 — #6
Kind of like SimCity for very very patient players.
crenquis at June 13th, 2014 20:05 — #7
Perhaps they are like the "mountains" in Sheri S Tepper's After Long Silence
i.e. giant sentient crystals
billstewart at June 13th, 2014 20:40 — #8
Obvious mashup - put Mountain Simulator and Goat Simulator together.
ldobe at June 14th, 2014 00:21 — #9
After RTA, I actually think it's a pretty cool idea. It seems to me more of a "biome" or "ecology" simulator with a mountain theme than really simulating a mountain.
I'd actually really like a highly granular natural ecology sim type of thing. Something I can use to mock-up the park bordering my back yard, then I can watch as simulated squirrels chase each other, and the simulated owl catches a simulated vole, and simulated frogs lay eggs in the simulated pond, which then hatch into simulated tadpoles that metamorphose into pollywogs, then finally new simulated frogs, as the old simulated frogs die of simulated cold in the simulated winter, or starvation from the simulated mosquitoes and other insects burying themselves for simulated hibernation.
leebenningfield at June 14th, 2014 01:37 — #10
Sounds boring, I'm going to go play Cliffhorse and make horse stomp all over mountain.
beschizza at June 18th, 2014 14:48 — #11
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