science videogame request

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  1. gamelord Registered Senior Member

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    i cant afford kerbal space program right now but I want to get more into science so i am thinking about getting it.

    But the game I really want is a Science Trivia Pursuit. I played Trivia Pursuit and enjoyed it but I feel like I am filling my brian with meaningless trivia. The game could be put to better use if the only categories were these categories: Science, Math, History of Science, Geometry, the Cosmos.

    And I want high level questions. Stuff about particles, quaternions, and calculus maths.

    Second I want a game that is a 3D First Person exploration game, where you do particle physics and build science. But I don't want the minimalist art style, I want a neat and cool art style such as Half Life 1, Quake 3, or Metroid Prime.
     
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  3. Sarkus Hippomonstrosesquippedalo phobe Valued Senior Member

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    I want to win the lottery, but at least I know it's unlikely to happen.
    That said, I'm sure if you wish really, really hard, someone will spend thousands of hours putting these together for you.

    Also, it's called "Trivial Pursuit", even though it is a pursuit to see who knows the most and widest trivia.

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  5. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    You can't afford $16? Spend one less day online and work an extra day.
     
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  7. gamelord Registered Senior Member

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    Im doing them a favor. Im givin away free ideas for them to make profits.
    I have 16 dollars but I'd rather spend it on a massage. Besides the game is 35 bux according to xbox live.
     
  8. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Ideas are free, Giving them away for free means less than nothing.
    It's on sale.

    So I guess you will have to decide on getting a massage or learning science through a game. Choose well.
     
  9. gamelord Registered Senior Member

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    Yeah but without my health how can I think clearly or do anything, if by the way I am dead?

    Ideas are not always free but sometimes due to my generosity great things happen.
     
  10. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Not getting a massage will kill you? Did the "health food lady" tell you that?
     
  11. gamelord Registered Senior Member

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    no it wont kill me but it will lead to my decline and earlier death.

    bob hope got a massage everyday lived to 100. massages are the way to go for a happy and healthy life.
     
  12. Sarkus Hippomonstrosesquippedalo phobe Valued Senior Member

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    Tell that to those who protect their intellectual property so vigorously.

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  13. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    not withstanding the $4000.00 US$ desk top computer required to run the game on
     
  14. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    so is a low calorie diet and staying under a specific body weight.
    it adds around 20 to 30 years to your life so i have heard.
    it also vastly reduces colon cancer and organ failure due to obesity and over eating.

    current cutting edge science is all about genetically engineering specific bacteria for your gut.
    that will be the next trillion dollar industry, you just need a few million dollars and a few very clued up bio-chem engineers(doctors of biology & chemistry)
    they dont come cheap or by the hand full.
    .. and at least one of them needs to be near genius level and do it all in secret.
    although... if you could afford several multi dicipline doctorate level scientists and they all got on well together, you could do it fairly easy assuming you had say maybe 10 to 15 million us dollars and managed to keep it all secret.
    even if it did get out, copying the bacteria would be hard if it needs to be engineered and the engineering part could potentially be patentable.
    it would revolutionise the human species.
    definitely have to impliment immediate breeding regulations.

    i cant afford that either
    but its nice to dream about
     
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  15. gamelord Registered Senior Member

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    what game needs a 4000 dollar computer to run?

    So, genetically altered gut bacteria are the key to immortality?
     
  16. Baldeee Valued Senior Member

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    The original Crysis game probably still does if it is to run in all its visual glory... and it's only about 10 years old!
    Not sure it was the most optimised game when written.

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  17. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    how many trillion dollar industrys do you know that make their profit from immortality ?
     
  18. gamelord Registered Senior Member

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    Note to Tiassa or whoever mod who moved this.

    It is about science and society, getting society popular and mainstream, like Kerbal or bill nye.

    Or else you just want the videogame industry to have non-scientific games?

    But I guess you moved the thread for personal, emotional reasons, rather than helping the good of the world.
     

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