NY Rangers wrote:Here's an idea for a new game:
For marketing purposes it should be called "Here I Stand: American Civil War in Europe 1517-1555".
More info here: http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/17392/here-i-stand
Baris wrote:I think this is an excellent time frame and a title for a game !
But in order to happen Ageod doesnt "need to eat 40 bread from a bakery"*
With PON experience, this would be an excellent game to make in a very interesting era.
I have read there is 4 year per turn in the boardgame. That can be regulated in to 2 weeks.
*expression of experience,effort and knowledge in an old saying.
Hobbes wrote:With the game system and many maps already in place it would be easy to mod a sci-fi type game. The good thing about sci-fi is that is gives free reign to a modder or a modders group imaginations. Also allows for a game that can be very well balanced and exciting as you don't have to stick to a historical situation (it would also make for nice change I think).
I would be up for it. Need 10 - 15 graphics and a back story.
Could do this and charge a few £ for a download (all money going to AGEOD).
berto wrote:Steampunk? Sci-fi? Sorry gents, but if AGEOD starts to go down those routes I'll lose interest in the company fast.
The decadence, the decadence ...
(Written only half in jest.)
Hohenlohe wrote:I would support this idea about a game in those time, but do not forget the peasants war in Germany in this time, it was something decisive for the upcoming years it prevents free peasants in the holy roman Empire to gain their own rights and an own representation in the Reichstag the german parliament those years it was now only a representation for princes, knights,abbots , bishops and cities but not for the free peasants which lost most of their rights.
I would even like to see a game which plays in the War of the Roses or the English Civil War with Cromwell or the Hundred Years War which would be possible or my special favorite the Steampunk game "Space 1889" which would be based on Jules Verne's novels.
So many ideas but what are the Philippes thinking...*smile*
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