- Nov 22, 2011
ok I haven't seen this before now as it has since made the news, but I sincerely hope these aren't your political opinions considering that as a hate group, we are sincerely pro 2A.So now I'm trying to recreate the tragic events that happened in Newtown Connecticut using a video game. I don't have anything to show yet, but I wanted to announce the product and also ask for your help. I need any information you can find on the layout of the school, what it looked like inside and out, how big their classes typically were (I plan to have anywhere from 2-4 classrooms you can enter in the immediate vicinity of the main office, how many kids each class had will determine how many classes I can handle with this engine) and other info that can help recreate the building and those inside it. I'm going to use the last game as a base, but I do plan to improve a lot of the gameplay based on the complaints I received. Guns will be a lot more powerful; it won't really matter where people are hit anymore. Brightness will be a lot better(since it's a school, not a theater) although I might use dynamic lights to make other classrooms go dark once the shooting starts. All the cheat weapons will carry over from the last game, and I might add more if any are suggested. Since most of the hard work was already done last time, it shouldn't take me more than a week to get this finished once I know what I'm building. Night-Sky will not be a part of this, though I have permission to use his work from last time and he may still be credited to that effect.
Once again I'm doing this as my own way to deal with the events, and releasing only because it will entertain you guys, and any controversy it generates will serve as a nifty sociological experiment.
TL;DR? I'm doing it again, and I need pics and maps to do it right, gogogogogogo
EDIT: And I've made a release!
ED Mirror: https://static.encyclopediadramatica.se/mirrors/Bullet_to_the_Head_of_the_NRA.zip
This is a demo where you get to shoot some of the NRA's actual key members in response to them blaming violence on video games. This will be a bonus level in the Sandy-Hook shooter that is still yet to come.
The second amendment is fine. It's the National Retard Association that I'm dunking on for scapegoating my hobby. That said I'm primarily doing this to see how popular a shitty game can become just by virtue of it being controversial; the politics of it don't really matter to me.ok I haven't seen this before now as it has since made the news, but I sincerely hope these aren't your political opinions considering that as a hate group, we are sincerely pro 2A.
Well now we're in conflicting territory here. We always support the side that generates the most controversy, and that is most definitely the NRA. Good job on making the news though, great indicator of how violently unreasonable the so called "anti-violence" activists are getting.The second amendment is fine. It's the National Retard Association that I'm dunking on for scapegoating my hobby. That said I'm primarily doing this to see how popular a shitty game can become just by virtue of it being controversial; the politics of it don't really matter to me.
I would argue that it makes the right look way over-reactionary but controversy is controversy whatever the flavor, to each his own.No I think you misinterpreted. That's EXACTLY what I was saying, this is good because it creates the impression that the left is more crazy and violent than the right.