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Game Idea with physics

Discussion in 'Physics' started by JPVB, Jul 13, 2018.

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Is the idea good?

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  1. JPVB

    JPVB

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    Hello, who is encouraged to develop an educational game in which the player has a goal to reach a place, interacting with the physics of the particular object and other obstacles.
     
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  2. Dennis_eA

    Dennis_eA

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    You forgot the other part? The idea part.
     
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2018 at 3:05 AM
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  3. BrandyStarbrite

    BrandyStarbrite

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    Your idea sounds cool so far. And I like it.
    But I think we need a bit more details. :)
     
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2018 at 7:03 PM
  4. jvggp

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    It sounds good as what i can imaginate.
    What i see is a conceptional thing which could make user unhappy. You have an education application within a game application (or vice versa). When a user want to play a game an expect it but get's too much education (what young people mostly don't like :) ) they might not accept it. But when it's a designated education app, which is fun because it's game like, this might be really cool. Or vice versa, a game where the user learn something without really recognizing he learns something.