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Discussion in 'Open Projects' started by cirocontinisio, Sep 26, 2020.
shouldn't we decide what is the game all about first before we give it a name?
Call the exe: uop01.exe (Unity Open Project #1)
But use every title that is mentioned here in a round-robin fashion on the title screen so every time it loads, it has a completly new title.
All the story and game design details have already been laid out in the official roadmap, which is what we're basing all of our suggestions on.
In Pursuit of the Unkown
This is a clever and fun idea that also seems like a gimmick that might not work as a kickstarter demo. Would be sweet for during development though, if it could be differentiated, although I do hate logic that’s specific to whether it’s dev or prod... how’s that for some round-robin logic?
Yes, but do we need 500 possible titles to choose from? How do you get from 500 to 1?
@cirocontinisio did say only the ones with likes would be put in the voting list, most of these suggestions after the 2nd page don’t have any likes.
Pork Chopped Legacy
Oinker and the temple of Porchetta
The Adventurous Entrée
sounds similar to open source - as in how this game is developed
"Oink" - pig noise
"sauce" - food stuff
alternatively if we want to name the character "Oinken" we can name it Oinkens' sauce
perils before swine
The last cook
Pog-Pig's Open Game
The Quest for Cuisine
Pig Chef and the Recipe of Fortune (or simply "The Recipe of Fortune").
The idea is that at some point we lock the thread, and everyone goes over it one more time and puts a like on every name they like (not only the one). Then we take the most popular (10-15?) and put them in a survey.
It's actually explained in the first post
Recipig: Tasty Quest
The Pig With A Thousand Tastes
The Cooking Ritual
A Pig Suprise
Hamlet: Bringing home the bacon.
Hamlet - nice one. When our protagonist gets hurt bad, the critter's been hamletting (as opposed to bloodletting). Gets hit with fire.. narrator says "I smell bacon!"
the Adventures of Porkson Hamsey: the island is my kitchen!
Monsieur Hock's: Isle of Piquancy
Our Forest Chef Pig
Pig: The Saviour
The Pig's Tale
I guess our definitions of "enough good choices" are different.
Considering out of 194 previous posts, there's only 18 with 3+ likes (and mostly first-page-heavy at that), we really don't have that many good choices yet. Here's the rundown (title - # votes, page):
Pig Poke Platter - 4, page 1
One For Alll!!! : an Open Adventure - 7, page 1
Piggies bizzarre adventure - 3, page 1
A Runic Recipe - 3, page 1
Untitled Pig Game - 7, page 1
P.O.R.C. : Participate.Online.Game.Creation - 17, page 1
Master Pig and the Secret Recipe - 4, page 1
A Taste for Adventure - 16, page 1
@superpig - 6, page 1
Pig Chief : The Forest Recipe - 5, page 1
Gourmet Quest - 5, page 1
Porks and Forks - 5, page 2
A Curly Tale - 3, page 2
Simmering Isle - 3, page 2
Truffle Island : A Delicious Adventure - 3, page 3
The Adventurer’s Cookbook - 3, page 3
Hog Embers - 5, page 3
The Forgotten Flavor - 3, page 3
Not a super fan of the subtitle, but Hamlet for the pig is a super funny name!!
You're doing the heavy lifting! Thanks!
However, let's let it run wild for a few more days. We're not even a week in yet with this journey.
Hamlet and Tiki
aka Pig and Chick (not part of title, just to clarify it's a buddy title)
A Gourmet's Path
1 Pugin Pug.....2 Pug Pug.......