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A Suggestion from Michael’s Blog

Written on September 16th, 2008

I was reading some of the comments posted about the Berserker Reset over at Michal Marcinkowski’s blog. The following comment perked my interest enough to share it here:

#  Anon-O-Mus  Says:
April 5th, 2008 at 7:15 pm

You should make an entirely open-source game.

Where you make a basic shell, and the community has X weeks to do whatever the hell they want to it before it gets shutdown and released as a final game. Not only would it be fun, but the end product would probably be hilarious.

I know i’m not the only one out there who would like to see this attempted.

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One Response to “A Suggestion from Michael’s Blog”

  1. Josh Says:

    Also, you should make a game engine, which supports game logic to be inserted, and have players battle their own AIs against each other. It’d be like Spore, except you evolve a cognitive algorithm. Any takers?

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