Spore the game.

This is a discussion on Spore the game. within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; has anyone seen this video? take a look its really awsome. http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...559198&q=spore...

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    Spore the game.

    has anyone seen this video? take a look its really awsome.

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...559198&q=spore
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    I've watched it about 4 times.
    Once by myself when I got the link a week and a half ago, once when I showed my parents and then tried to explain it to them in terms of pac man. And twice are due to showing it to two other friends on AIM. I watched it when I sent it to them respectively. That way I'd know when I could start quizing them about the video to make sure they werent blowing me off.
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    Quite simply the coolest thing I've seen in a long time. Thanks for sharing it!
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    Amazing. Probably will cost to play online. No way one PC could handle that much data.

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    Penny-Arcade comes to mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy G
    I've watched it about 4 times.
    Once by myself when I got the link a week and a half ago, once when I showed my parents and then tried to explain it to them in terms of pac man. And twice are due to showing it to two other friends on AIM. I watched it when I sent it to them respectively. That way I'd know when I could start quizing them about the video to make sure they werent blowing me off.
    Wow, you sound like a great guy to hang out with. "Here's this link. WATCH IT! THERE WILL BE A TEST!"

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    Why do you have to post such garbage? Can't you get up to speed on something that's actually current? This is *so* a week and a half ago!

    >>That way I'd know when I could start quizing them about the video to make sure they werent blowing me off.

    I can't imagine why anybody would do that to *you*!!!


    That game looks pretty cool, I like the idea, but I'm still somewhat skeptical about how creative you can really be when creating your player. I've thought about this and it seems the only way to truly create your own character (just in general) is to have every player manually build their own 3d models for the game...not something you can really expect the average player to actually do. But this is definitely something I'm going to be looking out for.
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    >. Probably will cost to play online.

    No, there is no online play. You obtain other players creations asynchronisly from the game servers. There is no real-time component for multiple players or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMcGee123
    Why do you have to post such garbage? Can't you get up to speed on something that's actually current? This is *so* a week and a half ago!

    >>That way I'd know when I could start quizing them about the video to make sure they werent blowing me off.

    I can't imagine why anybody would do that to *you*!!!


    That game looks pretty cool, I like the idea, but I'm still somewhat skeptical about how creative you can really be when creating your player. I've thought about this and it seems the only way to truly create your own character (just in general) is to have every player manually build their own 3d models for the game...not something you can really expect the average player to actually do. But this is definitely something I'm going to be looking out for.

    Stop misquoting me jackass. Obviously I dont think the video is crap if I've sat through it 4 times. I only stated that I saw it a week and a half ago for the first time. I bolded it as to show my surprise it's just now showing up here.


    The part about quizing them is psuedo true. It wasnt to make sure they werent blowing me off, nor was it a quiz. I just wanted to be fresh when we started talking about it. Plus its a cool enough game to be blown away by the demonstration every time you see it.
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    Cool

    bolded it!

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    lol that's funny

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