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Hi, nice to meet you! I'm an artist and designer for games, on Mastodon I like to toot about daily #gameidea and my #art. I like designing many things, but I do a lot of enviros, spaceships, mechas, general sci-fi.
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Today's #gameidea: fishing game where you have to work your way up to legendary fish by using lower level fish as bait to lure in higher level ones. Some fish you have to be careful to toss back in because they're regulated, or have to figure out ways to avoid getting reported. You'll want to keep an eye out on other fishers as well, some of the wiser ones might throw you some tips on when to fish for legendary fish. Going for 2048 + harvest moon mashed together.
#gameidea: you're the worst spy ever. The only tool you can use to steal intelligence and get away is an infinite supply of bombs. Bombs can help you go through locked doors, walls, etc. You can use bombs to get rid of enemies but there will be always more to come. Obviously explosions attract enemies.
It's basically an impractical stealth game.
Today's #gameidea: volume comparison guessing game where you have two options and you have to guess between two weirdly shaped containers (current and new) which one holds more (dippin dots). If you guess right you advance forward and gain more dots, wrong and game over. Maybe a 3D view where you can rotate the cups around. I went to the zoo today and I'm still not sure if the large is actually larger than the regular or if it just looks that way 🤔
Today's #gameidea: not exactly a game but a neighbourhood procedural generator, limit colour range to make more aesthetically cohesive, a few preset positions of windows and doors that can be flipped with a slight deviation tolerance on scale (not xy locked) and position, and a couple of assets of windows, doors, and building materials to create neighbourhood levels that look pretty different but don't need a ton of assets?
The Atlantan cities on the Pacific coastal are a hot touring location for their vibrant nightlife and moderate weather during the cold seasons of other areas. One of the most popular attractions is the Outunders where sand eruptions provide a calming backdrop to the many bar and restaurant patrons.
Today's #gameidea: A jrpg, but when you kill enemies, instead of getting EXP, they drop you and IOU note. Using the notes you extort monster enemies as a loan shark and make them work to build a giant empire for yourself. At peak wealth the game switches perspective and now you're a humble slime who's goal is to help the oppressed monsters and topple the evil serfdom regime.
For the less wealthy of Atlantis, there are still many ways to tour and travel, among these underside ports are an affordable option. However since the ports lure transportation with bait as opposed to tracking migration patterns, travel schedules are usually inaccurate and erratic.
Today's #gameidea: slight spin-off of yesterday's idea, trading card game where each card is a different part of a mecha. You start the game by assembling a mecha as quickly as possible (head, body, 2 arm, 2 leg) and deal damage to opposing player's base (their card deck) or defending mecha. You can only attack if your mecha is complete. Some cards have special effects like coming back after x turns, or can be used as multiple body part types (arm or leg). Player whose deck runs out first loses.
Ecotourism has grown in popularity amongst the wealthy of Atlantis as cities grow larger and it becomes more difficult to simply swim out to natural views. Among these, the Rainbow Ravine is a popular location, whose view is said to mimic the mystical rainbows from the surface.