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FPSC Classic Work In Progress / (x9) Phoenix Voyage (use your brain non-shooter game)

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Stefos
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Posted: 17th Nov 2011 13:53 Edited at: 19th Nov 2011 13:47
(x9) Phoenix Voyage "The London Adventures"

Developer: Soul Reflection
Website: www.soul-reflection.com

Coming soon a "use your brain non-shooter game", investigate, educate and solve puzzles. Many games now, are created for our young population, to numb them to the horrors of war. This game which when released will be free and without violence, the young player will learn about new technologies which are a benefit to all and to the planet we live on. Our children are our future, not only our soldiers, they will be our scientists and doctors.
The first release of the game will include 4 levels, the player must complete one level to play a next level. Future release will have the player visiting cities around the virtual world searching for new technologies and inventors. More information coming soon.....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7RSWYfPB2A

http://www.comix-sandbox.com
EyEpatch Games
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Posted: 17th Nov 2011 14:16
Hey there, I am loving this idea, and completely agree that the modern gaming world is created in such a way that it does introduce our children to the horrors of war, whilst being an adult and knowing what sadness and tragedies a war can bring I find some shooter games amazing and I love playing them, but to reach out into another genre of gaming using intuition and investigating things to pass each level without introducing violence as a stepping stone is a responsible take on creating a game and I congratulate you for this, I wish you luck with this project.

Please post a screenshot so this does not get locked

Cheers
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Posted: 17th Nov 2011 16:10
Here is the advertising poster: more in-game pictures coming soon

http://www.comix-sandbox.com

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Posted: 17th Nov 2011 16:19 Edited at: 17th Nov 2011 16:21
dont forget that this has to be interesting beside the education, especially for younger people. todays digital natives generation has an attention span less than a minute, means you have to put a lot of stuff into it to keep their interest. impossible to do with traditional education method, very hard to do with puzzles,but very easy to do with war/zombie-action.
just an explanation why there are so many violent shooters out there: easier to develop to get a maximum of money. thats the reason for pro-companies making games > profit.

but i ("old" guy) like these kind of games when the story is a good one and gameplay is interesting.
have fun and good luck.
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Posted: 17th Nov 2011 16:53
Quote: "maho76"

Understood. and you are right. It is very difficult to produce a game in which the player does not have to kill anyone or even be in danger of killing themselves. That is one reason I will be offering this game and all games after in this series for free. I know that my game will never take away from the fps as it is now, however offering a game which is free and educational could be something a younger player could attach themselves with. Also a website, and video series will be produced. The video series will be a 3d animated story connected with the game and the different levels (different locations around the world) also the different technologies that are available, which will blow the player's mind. I just wish there was a way of incorporating live links to website within the game environment, now that would be cool. The website will be offering video, clues, maps, comics and other downloadable connected to the game and the virtual game world. Thanks for the interest.

http://www.comix-sandbox.com
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Posted: 17th Nov 2011 18:42
Looks interesting; but you need to have the first post in the proper format or this will be closed. Click on my siggy and go to the WIP/Showcase section.

-Keith

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Posted: 28th Nov 2011 21:59
Release of the game should be the beginning of 2012, here is another video.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svjQuv76nFk

http://soul-reflection.com/images/master1_0001.jpg

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