May 09, 2018

New Game Idea

It's my Battle Royale game for introverts. Players parachute onto an island then scramble to find a nice quiet place to handout with a small group of close friends and chat.

Andrea "Rum Rogers" Serreli

May 09, 2018
Rad idea, do you see it working as a classic graphic adventure or with a The Cave-y approach?
Or something totally different?


May 09, 2018
How about a Battle Royale game that has historic royal persons fighting for a piece of land?


May 09, 2018
I've played this game! It's called Improbable Island.


May 09, 2018
I love Improbable Island


May 09, 2018
What about finding a nice quiet place where to be alone with nobody around? THAT would be for real introverts :P


May 09, 2018
The play circle could start really small, so you have to know the map really well to find solitude, then the circle starts to grow until encountering other players (outside of your small group) is nigh impossible... Last person to find a quiet comfortable place is the 'loser' (if we must be so crass as to codify such arbitrariness)

Zak Phoenix McKracken

May 10, 2018
"... close friends and chat"
And relax. The goal of the game is: to relax. I like this idea.

Milan Fahrnholz

May 10, 2018
Call it Hippie PUBG™


May 10, 2018
I think it could work, if you can also commit suicide in several fanciful ways..


May 10, 2018
Would the environment be hostile?

Big Red Button

May 18, 2018
Sounds like a virtual regulars' table for Monkey Island fans.
I'm afraid it would be too much a niche, though. Nonetheless, I think that your next game ought to take place on an island indeed - even if it's not a pirate game.

Geoffrey Paulsen

May 20, 2018
Haha.  That's about my speed of a game these days.  And I don't even have time to coordinate it with my friends, so I hope it's more of an asynchronous grog drinking thing.

Cormano Snake

May 21, 2018
I'd support it on Kickstarter. Me and my dog Pocho would play it, we like the idea. I'd love climatic factor on it, think about it, it would add much more introvertity and charm to the game.


May 24, 2018
It may be a joke, but I suddenly realized this is my kind of thing nowadays. I play games to stress out, not get stressed. I play games to escape reality. I play games that are quick and easy to enter and exit because of family life. There are few other things in life that offer the depth, yet simplicity to enter and leave, as a conversation with another human. Wow.
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