Game creation jam to be ruled by insane random game concept generator


#1

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#2

A god game where you begrudgingly join forces with religious figures and you're also an ancient wizard.


#3

An online game where you memorize cops and you have infinite money.


#4

"A student project where you rank regular expressions with a shovel."

Shut up and take my money!


#5

Using one of my normal phrases as a seed got me:

"An indie game where you train creatures and you can customize your character"

Which sounds fairly sane and doable. Expanding the phrase out a little more, though, came up with:

"An MMO where you heal sarcasm through religion."

Who would want to heal sarcasm? I'd much prefer to heal religion through sarcasm!


#6

Seed..."Count St. Germaine"

An FPS where you time travel with the CIA but you keep jumping forward in time.

That seems wildly appropriate.


#7

A horror game where you comment on education in the future.

Too scary for me.


#8

The seed "Boing Boing" yields "A shooting game where you nuke eggs with a pickaxe"


#9

I'd much prefer to heal religion through sarcasm!

Jesus, I wish that worked.

It sure isn't working very well for me on reddit.


#10

Tried the seed 'reddit'.

“A social media game where you solve puzzles involving triangles to reach the highscore.”

Sounds about right!


#11

"An indie game where you defy goths with geometry."

Gah, it'll be like school all over again. No thanks


#12

An FPS where you go on a heist with rappers but only a handful of people remain.

So does this take place in Memphis or Detroit?

An artsy game where you annoy furniture to dominate the market.

IKEA, the game


#13

The seed "sanity" yields "A war game where you stab cities and your arms are chainsaws."

Alright.


#14

On the other hand, as a sarcastic person, making a game where you heal sarcasm through religion could ironically be quite a sarcastic endeavor.


#15

A war game where you make peace with countries until you own everything.

This actually sounds like an interesting mechanic.


#16

Iain M. Banks' "The Culture" - The Game


#17

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