[Top][All Lists]

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

[glob2-devel] no micromanagement implies possibility for more lively tow

From: Leo Wandersleb
Subject: [glob2-devel] no micromanagement implies possibility for more lively towns
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2006 09:09:47 +0200

Hi List

As we have "no micromanagement" as a paradigm in this game i suggest to think 
of ways to make the town look busier by designing new tasks that are implied by 
more general jobs.

The idea came when thinking about construction with paving area: you order a 
building and magically units not only run and get ressources but they also 
clear and pave the ground.
Why not bring in other actions:
free workers dance a conga line, globs that meet "talk and shake hands" from 
time to time eventually switching jobs or free workers repair buildings 
automatically by fetching the missing ressources without going to repair-mode.

Warriors have tons of idle time. they could do training like pushups, 
training-fights, brawls with a crowd around, form pyramides play rugby, ...

Depending on loss rates among explorers they could decide to team up. 
Uncontroled explorers don't live long in end games else. Apart from that i 
guess information rerieval is too important to let explorers do some funny 
other stuff.

Greetings, Leo Wandersleb

reply via email to

[Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread]