I have a little history of computer programming. Mostly C++ and VB. My degree is in Business Technology and heavy in programming.
I'm not a game programmer though.
I would like to be part of a team that develops a WN video game and makes it avaialable for everyone at no cost.
For technology I'm thinking that a mod of half-life would be the way to go. It's probably the easiest and fastest way to get up and running and its a proven technology base.
The following are some scenarios that would be good gameplay I think.
Katrina Chaos: Make your way to the Superdome and rescue the white folks. Looters are running wild and attacking white people. Just gun down the black folks.
L.A. Riots: Blacks are attacking the white folks. 38 killed. Rescue the truck driver and make the streets safe again.
Bomb the Gay Parade:Gays are holding one of their sicko rallies in San Fagsicko and you place car bombs and IED's to get the most kills. The IED's could be command detonated just to make it all the more personal!
Hollywood Hunter: Large city environment with quite a few people. You are shown a target (person) and given the crimes committed by the person. Jews pushing their gay filth and negro worship, that kind of crime against the white man. Just find the target and kill them with extreme prejudice. Targets could be the guy that produced "Girls Gone Wild" or other jews that treat Whites like cattle.
Million Man Carnage: Same as the gay parade but it's black folks in D.C. Plant IED's and take em out.
I would like a few scenarios where people would say "Hey! that **** would work for real!!"
I propose a game that is available for free. No cost to the end user.
I believe that there are enough FREE resources out there such as textures, 3d engines, models and everything needed to put together a game. I believe it will only take a team of dedicated and talented individuals that are willing to contribute their time and effort to weave together a game.
There are a few game engines out there that will allow a single person to create a video game. FPS Creator is one. Dark GDK is another. I think the same source puts them both out actually. My point is that with today's technology it doesn't take a million dollars and one hundred people to put together a video game.
I do think that it even though the technology is out there, it still takes different people to generate the different elements that are needed.
A programmer tends to think differently than an artist. An artist can be a little more creative and expressive. A programmer tends to move from point A to point B in a logical fashion.
Here is what I think is needed:
Model person(s): A person that knows their way around 3DStudio Max or Milkshape or Lightwave, Blender or any modeling program that can export models in .X format. The modeler will have the ability to find or create models and modify them to suit the game format.
Level Designer(s): A person with the creativity to design and create a level based on an original idea or storyline.
Artist(s): Create art. Self explanatory. Develop artwork that is compatible with the game engine.
Programmer(s): Someone to handle the half-life code
Story / Idea Person: Person needed to develop storyline or ideas. I think that a game based on real events is the way to go. We are at a time in history where we are oppressed, hunted, and murdered with impunity by other races. The acts committed against our race amount to genocide and we are largely going quietly into the night without a fight. A story person would find the most henious and grevious acts and develop a scenario. The scenario would then become a level in the game. The player would become aware of the 'unjust acts' against our race through the same media that our enemy is using against us. We will be 'leveraging technology' to fight back.
Music: A person good with audio would be required.
I may be leaving some elements out at this point. I believe in the small team concept.
This project isn't about making the almight jew dollar. Its a project to wake up those that are still asleep and in danger.
What do ya'll think?