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The problem is that I have a very active imagination.

I am writing my game for arcon in a real hurry, in a concentrated and focused session to get all my ideas down so that the game takes form. That is all well and good, except I am writing a survival horror game, and I am AWFUL when dealing with scary things. Right now, I'm jumping at every shadow and my muscles are begining to ache from maintaining a sense of profound tension.

I just know that a creepy eyeless girl in a white dress is going to leap out from the fireplace (or something) and try to stab me with a butcher's knife.

Stupid imagination.

*** UPDATE ***

I'm almost half-way through (probably closer to a third done, however), and while the creepy little girl is leaving me alone for the moment, now I have to deal with the dead woman messing with my head...


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Jan. 12th, 2004 07:24 pm (UTC)

Unecessary? I think not... :P
Jan. 12th, 2004 07:28 pm (UTC)

Meanie... ;p
Jan. 12th, 2004 07:43 pm (UTC)
You really don't have anything to fear. If an eyeless girl in a white dress emerged from your fireplace, carrying a knife, chances are that she would be so distracted by the sound of the games consoles that she'd forget all about stabbing-that-which-lives.

Lacking eyes, she could take a while to pick up the gameplay. Set her loose on Morrowind, and you'll buy yourself a few years of safety...
Jan. 12th, 2004 07:50 pm (UTC)
She's eyeless!

She'll miss!

No problemo :)

Just to be on the safe side, keep out of range of the fireplace just in case she gets lucky...
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