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Purple Phantom

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Aftermath: Gears of Hope > The Future of the Future (or Aftermath: Gears of Hope and you)

Posted 07 May 2017

For those of you who don't know, Aftermath: Gears of Hope is the ambitious first installment of a three-part series. I've had this idea in my head for a world in which cyborgs are the minority for some time, now. However, the original theme, backdrop, etc. of the game have all changed drastically. In this post, I will explain the origins of the idea, how...

PurplePhantom's Haunted Corner > Writing Snippet (WARNING: Violence)

Posted 26 February 2017

So, I wrote something and would like some critique! I'll warn you now, there is violence.

Backstory for this: Our MC, here, is trying to show the world how truly evil his father and his father's company is. In this scene, he gets caught in the act by his father, who proves that even his own child is not too precious to feel pain.

If you are uncomfortabl...

Aftermath: Gears of Hope > Relationships in Aftermath: Gears of Hope

Posted 20 February 2017

In Aftermath: Gears of Hope , your relationships with people will be very important. Depending upon your relationship with a character, there will be varying effects from your actions. For instance, if a character dislikes you, they might avoid you or taunt you. If they don't know you, they might try to get to know you or be completely indifferent to your...

Aftermath: Gears of Hope > Possible Setting Change Part 2

Posted 13 February 2017

A few days ago, I made a blog post about an idea I had about moving the setting of Aftermath: Gears of Hope from a high school to a college. Overwhelmingly, people wanted it kept at a high school level mainly because, from what I understand, my reasoning for not wanting to attract too young of an audience really isn't a big enough reason to make such a l...

Aftermath: Gears of Hope > Possible Setting Change

Posted 10 February 2017

So, I've been doing some thinking and research. As it turns out, a game taking place in a high school setting or other setting primarily occupied by younger age groups is highly likely to attract people of that particular age group, regardless of the intended age group. While there are exceptions, they are few and far between. Often times, a game develope...