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Waking up in a hall, with no clue as to who you are let alone where you are. Walking down it you notice there is a turn, you go further. A wall to the right has posters on it. At the end of the hall is a desk and chair with a lamp on the desk. A button is on the right wall, you push it. The door on the left wall begins to slowly open. After you could squeeze through, the room turns out to be a bedroom. A business card was on the floor, you pick it up and read the number. A desk at the other side of the room has a phone on it. You dial the number, it rings for a bit. Then someone picks up. "Hello, let's play It Is Just A Game. Now the goal is simple, survive and find the end of the 'board'. Rules are also simple, just ask Jeffery next to you. He didn't listen, that's the first rule; Listen. Well time is up. You only have one life in reality and in this game you will only get one life. Mikey is lonely pay him a visit. Let the Game...begin....hah hah hah hah hah...." The call ends...
This title may cease development for good or may continue, the trial has begun and is not looking good. Everyone at ZE Gamez is arguing if It Is Just A Game should be continued or tossed into the recycle bin.
Posted by Darkening_Demise on Sep 8th, 2013
We here are split on this matter and have many reasons why we believe in stopping and continuing.
-It's not a another zombie game
-The plot is more unique compared to the typical games on today (mainly all zombie, FB games, scams, and shooters)
-We have the resources to continue
-People seem interested in this compared to other titles in development (25 so far)
-The story and plot are finished and just need to be integrated into the game
-It's a free game and will gain some notice and or players
-The engine is too limited
-Team is split
-There are more 'fresh' genres and types of games to develop
-Too much hate on the engine and will lead to the game not getting recognized
-We have other games to attend to
So until we can come to an agreement, it's not getting anywhere. BUT, we'd like to hear from you trackers and others. Continue or stop?