Discussion in 'Card Hunter General Chat' started by Sir Veza, Oct 14, 2019.
Back to the off-topic topic, I second the nomination of @Susurrus in Gloaming as a mod.
Looks like we have perma-halloween
I feel this so much. If there was ever an attempt to reboot the game via sequel or transfer it to some sort of community-run operation I would completely be on board with helping out.
Seems like this is working for some Flash games:
Wonder if there is room for us on that ark?
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So, apart from point 4 I think CH falls within the catagories. I've made a request.
Great idea. If there will be any chance of making a CH sequel, I'd support it. I still think that CH is one of the best games I've ever played. It's unique, charming and has a great community. This is the only F2P game that I've spent my money on, because the game deserves it. Anyway, I know that making a F2P game as a small team is kinda hard, but with croudfunding we might be able to get a considerable amount of money. I'm sure that there are many players that would contribute in their own way. I could even help in testing or programming if such a need would arise.
Would it be possible to code a local offline version of the campaign ? and/or multi through LAN ?
Why attempt to have endless contingency plans? Someone with the technical know-how [possibly backed by ThetianKnight/HisRoyalHygiene's offer] could just get Jon's permission make a "spiritual" Card Hunter sequel game instead of trying to keep alive a game that Jon doesn't really care all that much for, anymore.
Think about it, a well constructed team could make an even BETTER CH; One that credits CH [or at least BM] for inspiration, and plays like CH, as well, but, has new material, less Gary/Melvin/Karen/Mom/Cardotron interruptions, more of an emphasis on in-game storylines, a longer, and more fleshed out main campaign, less useless garbage no one touches [Chests, premade teams], and, best of all, BETTER MP MAPS.
Just don't ruin it with daily sign in bonuses, VIP systems or, worst of all, ENERGY systems [make a LIVES system that only takes Lives if you lose/quit, instead if you MUST limit gameplay for some stupid reason].
Pretty sure we could come up with even better ideas.
Love this game! Have loved this game since I found it on Kong something like 5 or 6 years ago. Have never yet seen a clone or rip/spin-off and I try to be on the lookout for good stuff in the online gaming world. I'm not a game dev and my coding skills are pretty basic (which is to say laughable). But I write well and my head is full of mostly useless geeky references to popular fiction from the last century. Oh, and I have a good attitude and can play well with a team.
If I can help in any way that involves time rather than money (which I don't now have), I'd be happy to help. Would really like to see CH not die... ever!
I came to CH from a background of video-gaming and tabletop gaming (D&D and others). This game is a brilliant addition to both genres. As a tabletop gamer, me and my friends always wanted/talked about running an arena where we could bring our best power gamer character builds and smash em together to see who came out on top. The problem was that the tabletop format was very unwieldy and slow to be trying to run a story-less meatgrinder Thunderdome. We did it once. My druid dropped my friend's much more powerful vampire lord with a Cure Serious Wounds touch attack (positive energy hurts rather than heals undead). It was epic! But it wasn't something we wanted to do every weekend. As a video gamer, I tend toward turn-based strategy. And it's great when, like the Civilization series, you get fans so excited about what they can build in the sandbox that it spawns all the crazy various goodness you can find at https://www.civfanatics.com/
I don't know if there's any possibilities for CH in modding, open sourcing, or spinning off once the Flash format dies. But it would be neat to be a part of the team that does something with such a great concept. Cheers Blue Manchu!
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