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coldangel

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« #280 : 10-21-2006 06:52 »

I'd make a videogame myself if I had any idea how to make videogames.
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« #281 : 10-21-2006 21:21 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:
DESTRUCTOR: "And so I die... as I lived... a giant robot."

Professor: "Nobody kills my crew but me!"

Leela: "Yeah, Fry's great, and we all love him."

Bender: "Oh, I see, just because a robot wants to kill all humans he's automatically 'evil'!?"

Leela said that? Oh my...  :flirt:

Very cool!
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« #282 : 10-21-2006 23:09 »

A Futurama RPG would be pretty nice, so would a fighting game, or a Mario Party style game
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« #283 : 10-23-2006 03:02 »

Or anything really. But I'd go more with RPG than the other two.
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« #284 : 10-25-2006 07:22 »

Yeah, RPGs are my personal fave, to be honest.
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« #285 : 10-25-2006 08:52 »

Nearly a decade on and I'm still totally obsessed with Final Fantasy 7. Imagine the Futurama Universe in a similar framework... the possibilities are endless... But who would be Fry's Sephiroth? There aren't any truly EVIL villians in Futurama to fill that black cape.
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« #286 : 10-25-2006 10:08 »

Maybe the creature who bought the milky way galaxy
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« #287 : 10-25-2006 15:51 »

you know they have a program called gamemaker, its free and it makes programming games much easier than  learning programming from scratch

this is the site http://www.gamemaker.nl/
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« #288 : 10-26-2006 07:25 »

Yeah... looks cool... but y'know... there's still the *effort* issue to contend with.
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« #289 : 10-28-2006 07:52 »

Oh go on! Then you can give the URL to us to play on it  ;)

I would, but Im doing a psychology essay about the different theories of sleep. Oh the joy.
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« #290 : 10-29-2006 00:51 »

Mehhhhhh! Can't someone else do it? I'm tired, and there are mice eating my foot...
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« #291 : 10-29-2006 13:49 »

I would be worried about that if I were you :|

Haha, unless theyre pets.Hmm :P
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« #292 : 10-29-2006 18:28 »

I consider them housemates, though technically I'm their tennant.
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« #293 : 10-31-2006 15:43 »

Aww, thats sweet..

*gets prodded with taser*

Aww, dats shooo schweet...

Off topic, sorry, do apologise. I think there should be another Futurama game, I mean, the first one is amazing. I could never tire of it  :)

Are there any plans in the works?
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« #294 : 10-31-2006 20:03 »

Not according to google, no.
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« #295 : 11-01-2006 12:00 »

*sighs*

Too busy buying Youtube-thats what!
*growls at google*
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« #296 : 11-02-2006 03:56 »

Kings who build their opulent palaces, gardens and mausoleums on the banks of a river of nothingness, will inevitably fall headlong into that nothingness and will be as nothing themselves.
We live in an age of transience. The kings of today will rattle their begging cups on the street tomorrow. And perhaps this is as it should be.
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« #297 : 12-10-2006 02:22 »

Yay! My brother and I rented the game today, so far it's fantastic... I haven't gotten past Fry's levels yet, but it's fun.
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« #298 : 12-10-2006 02:38 »

Cool TLF, and WHAT the hell was I talking about in the previous post there? I don't remember writing that.... I must have been drunk.
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« #299 : 12-10-2006 04:49 »

 
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Originally posted by Tastes Like Fry:
Yay! My brother and I rented the game today, so far it's fantastic... I haven't gotten past Fry's levels yet, but it's fun.

It's that for PS2? I've got a monster PC but nothing else - not even a GameBoy. I may get it and try to run it on the PC. I know, they say it's impossible but guess who played Super Mario Land on the PC? ...Patience and persistence..LEARN, FRY, LEARN!
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« #300 : 01-04-2007 22:40 »
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Is the game any good my friend rented it but i never got a chance to play the game I had to do a report for school which srwed over my whole winter brake.  :cry:
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« #301 : 01-05-2007 01:18 »
« : 01-05-2007 01:18 by coldangel_1 »

The question "is it any good?" will have been answered several times over the course of the last eight pages of discussion if you'd taken a moment to skim through.   :nono:

Nevertheless, I shall humour you - yeah, it's pretty fun. It's just a simple easy platformer with linear levels, but for a fan of the show it isn't something to be passed up.
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« #302 : 01-05-2007 07:36 »

I only wish there was another one....
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« #303 : 01-05-2007 08:08 »

Oh, there will be, if I have anything to say about it!
...which I clearly don't.
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« #304 : 01-05-2007 12:16 »

As long as the show gains enough momentum with the new episodes, there's a good chance
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« #305 : 01-05-2007 14:52 »

I really hope so; this game gave me reason to live again, and stick with my amateur gaming skills!

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« #306 : 01-05-2007 19:17 »

As mentioned at great length before, I hope for a new Futurama game with more free-roaming exploration aspects as seen in The Simpsons: Hit & Run.
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« #307 : 01-05-2007 19:31 »

I love Simpsons: Hit and Run. Oh man, a Futurama version would be awesome.
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« #308 : 01-05-2007 23:10 »

New New York would, I think, be a lot more fun to run amok in than Springfield. You'd have flying cars and stuff.
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« #309 : 01-06-2007 06:31 »

I agree, a futurama style Hit and Run would be great.

Though if there is a new game I hope that it would be more challenging that the existing one which I found to be too easy.
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« #310 : 01-06-2007 08:34 »

Actually, I would love a new Futurama game with more or less the same format. I cant remember what its called (platform?) but I much prefer going through places systematically rather than just aimless wandering. I played a bit on Grand Theft Auto, and that really annoyed me, cause all I was doing was killing people and picking up girls randomly. Yawn.
Haha.
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« #311 : 01-06-2007 08:35 »
« : 01-06-2007 08:35 by coldangel_1 »

 
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Originally posted by ZoidZoid:
I agree, a futurama style Hit and Run would be great.

Though if there is a new game I hope that it would be more challenging that the existing one which I found to be too easy.

Yes, indeed. And, because I'm a rather demanding bastard, I'd like there to be some Role Playing elements involved, especially with character interactions. Like selecting responses to questions and such to build or demolish relationships with the rest of the cast.


 
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Originally posted by HookerBot 5000:
Actually, I would love a new Futurama game with more or less the same format. I cant remember what its called (platform?) but I much prefer going through places systematically rather than just aimless wandering. I played a bit on Grand Theft Auto, and that really annoyed me, cause all I was doing was killing people and picking up girls randomly. Yawn.
Haha.

It's not really lilke that - there is a plot and missions and all, but the freedom to take a breather from the story and go sightseeing is really very welcome to most gamers. GTA is geared more toward randomness than other imitators though - have you played The Simpsons Hit & Run?
It's different when everything's comedy-orientated.
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« #312 : 01-07-2007 08:12 »

I havent, although I have heard some stuff about it (Hit and Run). I guess I just dont like the freedom to go off somewhere randomly (which sounds really really weird). I like particular goals within a game. If there isnt a reward in what I'm doing, then there doesnt seem like much point.I guess I'm just one of those loser gamers. I mean cmon, I like Rayman and dance games and stuff like that *hides behind cushion in embarrassment
 Although youre right about the comedy-orientated bit. I wouldnt have been overly that fussed about the Futurama game unless Futurama was involved, I mean, like the story and characters and voices and funny stuff and all.
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« #313 : 01-07-2007 08:21 »

Yes well the 'freedom' element doesn't necessarily imply aimlessness (though many take great pleasure in exploring the locales or doing stunts in vehicles). What usually happens is there are all kinds of side-missions/races/jobs and hidden extras to be found at one's leisure that don't need to be done in order to finish the story section of the game, but add replay value.
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« #314 : 01-07-2007 14:01 »

Ahhhh I seee, like minigames and stuff? Oooh I like them! But I dont like finding them, I just like them being there, dunno why, probably cause I'm lazy. Plus cause then if you dont find them you feel stupid when everyone else is talking about them.
I thought you meant aimlessness, which I'm not that fussed about really.
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« #315 : 01-07-2007 14:16 »

I also think a mario party style game would be neat, just a bunch of fun random futurama mini games
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« #316 : 01-08-2007 14:30 »

I wish I could get the game, but it must have been cancled before I became a Futurama fan!
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« #317 : 01-08-2007 19:37 »

Er... you can still find it in most games stores, likely in the budget bin now.
Alternatively you could always just get it off eBay:
 http://cgi.ebay.com.au/FUTURAMA-PS2-game-brand-new_W0QQitemZ260071606654QQihZ016QQcategoryZ11321QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
 http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Futurama-The-Game_W0QQitemZ120072109274QQihZ002QQcategoryZ20386QQrdZ1QQssPageNameZWD2VQQcmdZViewItem
 http://cgi.ebay.com.au/FUTURAMA-PLAYSTATION-2-GAME-PS2-RARE-MINT-FUTURERAMA_W0QQitemZ140071645823QQihZ004QQcategoryZ62053QQrdZ1QQssPageNameZWD2VQQcmdZViewItem
 http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Brand-New-Sealed-Futurama-Game-For-Xbox_W0QQitemZ320069058872QQihZ011QQcategoryZ62053QQrdZ1QQssPageNameZWD2VQQcmdZViewItem
 http://cgi.ebay.com.au/FUTURAMA-PLAYSTATION-2-GAME_W0QQitemZ280067107429QQihZ018QQcategoryZ72494QQrdZ1QQssPageNameZWD2VQQcmdZViewItem
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« #318 : 01-08-2007 21:03 »
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I looked for it in the bargin bin at ebgames, but they diden't have the game in stock  :hmpf:
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« #319 : 01-09-2007 05:07 »

Did you ask them if they could order it for you?
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