"It's not who has the idea first, it's
who has it best!"
- Mike D (Beastie Boys)
This variation of Federation Online
destroys wrestling as we know it! In the heat of a ratings war, the human
wrestlers have been replaced by superior robots. Fearing for their business,
and their jobs, the humans vow to destroy the machines in the ring. Can
the humans still cut it, or will traditional wrestling be lost forever?
Old Age Punch-ioners
An old man and an old woman decide to strike back at the
louts that ruin their neighbourhood, dishing out some serious handbag and
walking cane shots...
A millionaire must defend is home from a bombardment of
burglars, as they seek to take money and valuable possessions from under his
A Red Dwarf inspired tale of some bungling space
adventurers, that dart from planet to planet seeking survival and
A lazy cat is trying to get his 6 hours of sleep in, but
life in his chaotic neighbourhood doesn't make that easy! He must manipulate
his surroundings in order to score as much peaceful sleep as possible...
A harrowing simulation of life in the 'hood - where fellow
human beings are more terrifying than any fantasy monster...
A group of young entertainers mince it up around the city
on various missions, hoping to save their stage school. Characters could
include a magician, a ballerina, a clown, etc..
An Only Fools & Horses inspired money-making farce.
A bungling team of tycoons must race around the city buying and selling
A battle of wizardry, not unlike Pokemon et al.
Opposing wizards operate at either side of a battlefield and send forth all
manner of monsters and spells - with the ultimate aim being to destroy the
enemy wizard. The battlefield would be split into lines of attack, into which
each monster or spell is cast. The creatures then battle their way as far down
that path as possible - hoping to reach the opposing wizard's stage and
destroy a segment of it. In addition to aggressive monsters, there will be
spells that simply knock a creature onto another route, etc..
A super hero action game, whereby our hero experiences each level twice. The
first is a dream-like walkthrough, whereby the player must take the
opportunity to memorize as much as possible - such as when and where a
disaster happens, where the enemies are hiding, etc.. Then the player
plays the level for real and must use his observations to his
A slightly twisted game, whereby people are queuing up to die
but they can't bring themselves to do it. They turn to an organization
called the "Suicide Kings" who takeover the client's mind/body
and commit suicide on their behalf. As the player, it's your job to commit
suicide successfully for each client. That isn't as easy as it sounds when
there's a city full of do-gooders getting in your way - not to mention the
protesters that are against the Suicide Kings organization...
A game where
the hero deliberately absorbs punishment from a plethora of enemies, without
actually retaliating, until their evil is saturated and they are defeated.
Although invincible, the hero would have to worry about protecting lots
of allies that are under attack - by absorbing pain tactically.
in... Life is Fucking Shit
Follow the comical
events of what is surely the worst life in the history of modern man. You
play as poor Scally, whose life is plagued by brutal misfortune. Each level
would be another unfortunate day, and you have to get Scally through it
as best you can. He's prone to accidents of all kinds, at all times, so
it's quite a task. A simple walk in the park for instance would involve
our hero being attacked by a dog, run over by bikes or cars,
struck by lightning, and all manner
of unexpected dangers.
Scally in... I Hired A
It's your responsibility to hire the
best person for a job, but you always seem to hire a vicious psychopath!
Each person you choose to hire would have their own level, they could be
different kinds of psycho (guns, knives, destruction, etc.). When he/she
starts causing chaos at work the next day, you're the one who's got to
deal with it! Ideally before they claim their first victim...
Scally in... Planes, Trains,
The brakes don't work, as poor
Scally tries to crash his way home for Christmas in a series of vehicles that
simply won't stop. The game would play like the film Speed - losing
control of your vehicle's speed would require the player to think and act
fast... resulting in a lot of crashes. The story of the game would be quite
comical: every time the guy steps onto a plane, train, taxi, or boat, the
driver will always die - leaving him reluctantly in the driver's seat.
Scally in... Infinite Trigger
When poor Scally gets hold of a devastating laser gun at
a science museum, he finds that it simply won't stop firing!
Thus, he has to navigate a series of levels whilst trying not to harm innocent
bystanders. Not easy, because you must think about
where you are aiming that gun at
ALL times. This game brings a
new meaning to the term "auto-fire"!
A huge competition, where players/teams
are deserted in a random country and left to make their own way back to
a target country - the first to do so wins. Playing very much like an RPG,
the player would explore the land trying to figure out how to travel from
country to country. They would have to quiz the locals, and rely on their
help, in order to progress. Trickiest of all - how do you travel with no
money? Manipulating public transport or stealing vehicles could get you
into trouble with the local police - which would obviously hinder your
A small group of amateur footballers
take it upon themselves to travel the world, playing matches against the
locals. It would be more of an adventure than a competitive sports game,
thanks to more personal gameplay.
An extremely tense horror game, inspired
by the film Cape Fear, which casts the player as the father of a
victimized family. Throughout numerous locations, centering on the family
house, the player would have to protect his family from the psychotic stalker
whilst all the time trying to tackle him. The stalker would be truly formidable
- standing as the only enemy that exists in the game.
The biggest war ever faced by planet
Earth: The Past vs. The Future.
The ancients have the spear of Christ: an
enchanted relic that humbles any modern technology! All the surviving
civilisations are repelled to the West - where they discover and inhabit
America. The first battle is to secure that location as their base...
Like the TV show of the same name,
this game would have players rushing around a hospital in a desperate bid
to save lives. The player would perhaps be cast as a paramedic, who has
to race against the clock to get victims into the skilled hands of the
doctors. The gameplay would revolve around navigating the chaotic hospital
at speed, whilst protecting the patient - whether they're carried in your
arms or on a vulnerable stretcher.
A spoof of gangland culture, using
territorial animals (cats?) instead of humans. Each house in the neighbourhood
could have it's own gang of cats that strive to be on top of things. Instead
of shooting on each other, the cats would sharpen their claws and get physical
- seeking to control the neighbourhood.
The Last Ride
A racing game using cowboys on horseback
instead of vehicles. Like Road Rash the races would be violent,
with the outlaws pulling guns on each other. They could be racing for anything,
ranging from treasure to land.
World In 80 Ways
Instead of the popular story "...
80 Days", this game would have the player navigating the globe using 80
kinds of transport. Only very few vehicles would be essential to make progress,
but others might unlock secret levels or sub-games. The journey would be
split up into countries, so there could also be new storylines and twists
awaiting you depending on your route.
A group of kids go camping. Will they
survive a week in the wilderness?
A group of outlaw scientists experiment
transferring a human brain to the body of a monkey, and vice versa. When
they finally succeed, they are left with the mind of a man trapped in the
body of a scarred monkey. In a fit of hatred this new creature lashes out
at the scientists responsible, and vows to kill them all...
A comical game, where 20 cannibals
have been deserted on a distant island. They then compete in a weird Battle
Royal - the players are "eliminated" when they are eaten. The more people
you eat, the stronger you become - but likewise, you get weaker every time
you are attacked. The last cannibal alive is declared the winner...
As one of several prisoners in a desert
camp, you must get to the enemy's small water supply often enough to survive.
Not an easy task when there are sadistic guards watching over you. You
would carefully communicate with other prisoners to help set-up all kinds
of tactics for getting access to the water.
You've got to pull off all kinds of
romantic gestures for your fiancé, gradually building up to the
biggest gesture of all: a proposal for marriage. As the man you must run
around frantically, setting things up and making sure the right people
see/do the right things...
There's an unstable tower in the middle
of a landscape, and there is one player on either side of it. They must
use all kinds of tactics to knock it over from their side.
When the world's best Superheroes
come together to compete, they don't jump hurdles... they jump skyscrapers!
All kinds of over-the-top contests would take place.
You have the awesome responsibility
of having to guard all kinds of precious buildings and items, against vandals,
etc.. For instance, you might have to look after a car yard full of amazing
sports cars - beating off kids and criminals by any means possible before
they cause damage...
You desperately need a promotion in
your work, but the only way to guarantee it is to "take out" your superior
colleagues. Cue brutal fights in the workplace, whilst trying to look like
the perfect employee in front of your boss.
Death From Above
You must shoot
things out of the sky and to safety. For instance, your fellow soldiers
are being dropped out of a plane to their deaths so you must blast them
onto nearby mountain tops with your machine gun fire - and hope that they
don't die from the shooting.
Famous stars are trying to avoid unwanted
attention as they go about their business, but you must look out for them
and take valuable photos. A sort of gun-game with a camera.
People all over the world stop everything
to play various sports/games with the items around them. I.e. baseball
with a gun and grenades during a war, tennis with briefcases in an office,
You must walk a volatile tiger back
to it's cubs, but to do so you must learn to harness its aggression.
would be a version of Tetris that replaces the familiar bricks with rigidly
shaped dead bodies! The game would feature a grim-looking undertaker who
scoops the bodies into a massive grave, then the player would have to guide
and rotate the body so that it fits comfortably amongst the others. When
a "line" is made in Rigor Mortris it quickly decays into a line of skeleton
parts and crumbles - thus lowering the pile and scoring the player points.
You have opened the first hospital
devoted to wrestling injuries, and vow to offer the best treatment to both
amateur kids and superstars alike. As the head surgeon it is your job to
attend to each patient and perform career-saving operations. You have full
control over the treatment, no matter how ridiculous it may be. For instance,
if Triple H comes in with his fucked up leg you could choose to operate
on his heart - but if when he dies you'll have the WWF on your case. Likewise,
divas might come in for breast implants and there'll be hell to pay if
you get it wrong...
You're an emergency medic on the sidelines
of a brutal wrestling show, and must rush out into the arena to save any
injured wrestlers. Each level would have you rushing off to a new in-ring
accident, for instance "Steve Austin's just broken his neck!" - and you
would then have to race against the clock to give aid. When the going gets
tough you may even have to battle against wrestlers or fans that are getting
in the way.
Rage On The
Imagine if the WWF staged high-profile
music concerts! The world's greatest stars, from Eminem to Michael Jackson,
all perform at the same night... but they can't let each other be. Expect
interferences, trash-talking, and extreme violence in between songs as
the stars compete to headline the show.
"For the love of God!!! Madonna just
got chokeslammed through a drum kit!!!"
To Lay The Smack Down?
A spoof of the infamous Millionaire?
show, where players fight wrestling matches instead of answering questions.
To win the $1,000,000 prize you'll have to score falls of 15 consecutive
opponents. If things get tough you can use one of your Lifelines, including:
Explode The Opponent, Call Out A Friend, etc.. I did try to make this game,
but it didn't seem to work because you don't actually "win" anything (and
therefore you don't care if you screw up) - so it played like a massive
gauntlet wrestling match. A tricky problem to resolve...
Wrestling brought into everyday life.
Fights break out anywhere at any time, because people have been watching
wrestling. Various levels could be sending your teacher to hell through
a table in a classroom, smashing someone over the head with a chair in
a restaurant, etc..
An experimental game, that takes all
sorts of normal sports and treats them like a WWF show - I.e. over the
top, aggressive action. For instance, a tennis game where they can hit
each other with their rackets, and suffer unwanted interferences by rival
Grand Theft Auto style taxi game.
The superstars need you to drive them around the country, dropping them
off at PPVs and TV Studios Ė and they donít care what you have to do to
make it there on time: The Rock says donít stop for pedestrians!
Follow the life of a wrestler, from
his first match as a child to winning a World championship - and control
other aspects of his life along the way. A wrestling RPG series.