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Watsamax1 05-14-2010 02:29 PM

3.0 gonna be better??
Hello I have some suggestions for the future of Alice. Preferably Alice 3.0. I think it would be a good idea to be more like EA's sims. What do i mean. Graphics a bit more updated since were already a decade into the 2000,s. Well in the sims there are terrain paints so you can paint the ground make path ways and so on. Also more options for grounds. as in a meadowy fields world, A more transparent water wold, Also maybe some hills?? that are walkable with characters. Now for the next idea is to have every character walk. It would be nice to save people time trying tog get them to walk. The sims 3 in the sims 3 there is a color changer you can change anything in the world. That would be a nice feature. Drag and drop be nice not to have everything pop in one place and then move everything to where you want it. Like i said before more key commands. Add in control, shift, alt, tab., and even a let w,s,a,d control (blank) just like the arrow key one. possible even more objects overall like more cars, motorcycles. New computers lol. The ones for alice are late 1990's. add in better tutorials and maybe have some for people who get it but want to know a bit more. More medieval items, better churches, more medieval style buildings, water-mill, medieval windmill, medieval castle, another better design, cave. Entrance and that. More medieval themed buildings. And more armor/knights more medieval people.
( yes i know alot of medieval)

jediaction 05-15-2010 08:54 AM

This has to be posted in the Alice 2.0 discussion, i agree with your ideas

Watsamax1 05-15-2010 12:48 PM

Forgot to add more sounds. like a river, waterfall, some nature, birds chirping, some animal sound effects. Like i said more model remakes the cow and chicken kinda look well kiddish.

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