On Apr 1, 2008, at 6:55 PM, F. Senault wrote:
> Le 28 mars 2008 09:10, Hal Fulton a ˝─rit :
>
>> Who's interested in developing a few web-based games?
>
> I'm also working on a game, more or less, when the real life (tm) lets
> me.
>
> It's will be multi-player turn based strategy game, where players
> control secret agencies around the world, and conduct missions,
> sometimes one against the other (without always knowing it).  The goal
> is, of course, world domination.  There are very strong crpg  
> elements to
> the game (very detailed statistics about the spies, their  
> relationships,
> some quirks, etc), and the goal to make a very random but coherent
> world...
>
> I'm also trying to keep the system very open, with a fixed framework  nd
> data/scenari files that could be easily swapped to make a game in a
> different setting (historical, scifi, fantasy, whatever).

Wow, sign me up for that beta!  Sounds like a blast.

> Of course, it's mostly vaporware at the moment, but, with 15 KLOC of
> ruby (including the rails site), it's one of the most solid vapor I've
> produced in a long time...  :)

Hey, if they can ship Duke Nukem Forever ;)