Game Time

Here’s a thought to game developers. I may not be the best adviser to suggest an idea but I think it will be worth your while to read what’s on my mind. 🙂

Imagine the blow-up cross-section of the heart, showing all the arteries with blockades that causes the organ to fail. What if you create a game that would show the arteries like passages with roadblocks? A player rides a vehicle with all sorts of weapons to blow the obstacles to smithereens and at the same time possesses the option to repair damages to the organ to restore it back to health. This could be an exciting and educational game.

Or, why not create a outer space style game which uses the internal view of the human body. The player will ride a capsule, similar to the real thing, while targeting and zapping his enemies. Cancer cells and other bad bacteria could be fine targets. The game will have levels of difficulties like categories of notorious types of cancers. I think many people will be more engrossed playing this game.

I know that slaying dragons and mythical creatures provides countless hours of entertainment. Why not transfer those energies pretending to kill real enemies of the human body? Perhaps, in the near future, those dexterous abilities you have could be useful with the invention of sophisticated scanning machines with the ability to zap damaging cells into oblivion.

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15 thoughts on “Game Time

    1. When I was younger, I like to play space invaders where you point the cursor to rows of enemy space ships and zap them to kingdom come. 😀
      Well, imagine a computer game using the internal view of the body complete with organs to be used as obstacles while the cancer cells to be zapped by the player roam around in disorganized fashion. What could be more entertaining than protecting that liver from enemy invasion as the player unleashes all his weapons of destruction to terminate the menace. 🙂

      1. Wow! that IS pretty darn cool! Perhaps you should put this idea on facebook and we can all spread it…it just may go viral and some dude with lots of cash will make it work…{eyes wide open!}

      2. I am not a Facebook regular. But I hope someone will pick up the idea and do something about it. 🙂
        Thanks for the encouragement.

  1. I would play a game like that. Great idea! It would need ‘antibiotic bombs’ and ‘chemo missiles’.

    1. That’s the idea! Want to practice your killer instinct as a release, why not kill diseases? I know you will be much more relieved to brag that you wiped out a viral infection before it spread. 🙂

      On Thu, Jun 19, 2014 at 6:40 PM, belsbror wrote:

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      1. It is an old movie early 60s. They shrink a team of doctors and a special sub and inject it into a human body to repair damage that can’t be operated on. It does not hold up well by todays standards but it was cutting edge at the time.

      2. I think that how I see it like in a role-playing game. It could also be educational. Thanks for the info. 🙂

        On Thu, Jun 19, 2014 at 10:05 PM, belsbror wrote:

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      3. Here is the trailer for it. It was made in in 1966.

        The whole movie is available on youtube.

        Cheers!

      4. Oh, thanks a lot. I’ll check it out later. 🙂 Unfortunately, we have a slow connection so I am answering all comments via email. WordPress is not loading at the moment. 😦

        On Thu, Jun 19, 2014 at 10:39 PM, belsbror wrote:

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  2. Great idea. I see someone has already told you about the movie “Fantastic Voyage”. I was a long time ago but you can see what Hollywood did with it. But having a video game like that would be very educational instead of dragons and police killings. Well done. Lucy

    1. Yes, I will try to watch it when better connection sustains an uninterrupted viewing. 🙂 Imagine, in the near future, excellent video game players could help doctors zap cancer cells with lasers. Their experience could be put to better use.

      On Thu, Jun 19, 2014 at 10:49 PM, belsbror wrote:

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