Tal’pax Mor

Disclaimer: This project is for a hypothetical game design. This game will not actually be developed and the information contained is for academic purposes only.

 

The presentation attached below contains our proposal for a potential video game based on H.G. Wells’s The Time Machine. The game will be a first-person shooter game for console and computers. The players will play from the perspective of the time traveller in a survival mode game based on Call of Duty’s Zombies mode.

 

If we were to present this proposal again, we would make several changes to the design. First of all, we used artwork from other games, films, and literature to represent several aspects of the game. Were we to present this again, we would replace this artwork with mockups created by our team. Secondly, we would change the names of several plants to match the HG Wells world–for example, we presented several plant power ups based on other works of fiction such as Tolkien and Rowling, but if we redid the proposal we would focus on only HG Wells novels and other British novels written in the same time period. Also, in our initial presentation, we used a clip from Call of Duty to demonstrate the type of gameplay in our game. We would use our own game demo if we were to present again.

And, if you’re wondering, Tal’pax Mor means “dangerous night” in Eloi.

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