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Socoder -> On Topic -> So many ideas?

Wed, 16 Sep 2009, 18:41
redmoth
Do any of you suffer from the same problem as me?

I have one idea for a game to make, but then I have another, and another, so I've got about 6 games that have been started and about another three ideas, and I don't know which to do.

here are my ideas for games that I'd love to make:

2d cricket game
a democracy/fighting simulation game (started)
a rugby league game like sensible soccer
a rugby league management game (started but would take over a year)
a 2d overhead spy game (started a map editor)
an education game.

At this rate I don't think I'll ever finish a decent game.

anyone else like this? and how may unfinished games do you have?



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Wed, 16 Sep 2009, 19:59
JL235
Ideas wise, yes, but I'm now far more sceptical at starting them and also tend to look at them from a more pragmatic point of view ('what needs to be done?', 'how long will it take?', 'what are the main issues?', 'do I need to build any new technology?').

Project wise I used to be exactly like that, however two things changed. 1) I got better at managing, planning and completing projects allowing me to do more in less time. 2) I got sick of having millions of uncompleted projects.

My StudioFortress site was built primarily as a way to help to concentrate on completing things.