Game Story & Ideas

Game Treatment

Title: Player’s Reality  (In the works)

Genre: Beat em up, side scroller

Levels: 1

Target audience: 12A males and females

Story:

The human world has been invaded by monsters from an RPG fantasy, dragons, goblins and more. The whole world woke up to this mystery that changed everything, people began to see health bars and levels over there heads which started to inspire people to become Players (hunters of the mythical beasts) to go out and fight these hordes of monsters and level up and become stronger as they did this they would begin to gain powers like magic which society began to see as a normal thing as players blew up society changed. Now players would earn money from bounties and hunts some even aimed to be famous from killing high levelled monsters some just wanted to enjoy the thrill of the hunts.

The main story is based around our main character André King that aims to be the number 1 of all players but primarily get money and make a living.

Character breakdown:

Goblin Queen/ Antagonist

age:?

André King/protagonist

age:17

 

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3 Stages of Production

Before Pre:
  • Blue sky thinking
  • Planning
  • inspirational
  • idea generating
  • development
  • script writing
  • research
Pre-Production:
  • storyboarding
  • Casting
  • Prop creation
  • set locations, building, scouting
  • funding
  • crew
  • concept art
  • costumes
  • hiring equipment
  • shot list
Production
  • Filming
  • rehearsal
  • technical checking
  • logging/reshooting
  • live audio
  • live special effects
  • tease marketing
Post- Production
  • Editing
  • CGI
  • Finalising
  • additional audio
  • foley
  • special effects
  • compositing
  • soundtrack
  • soundscape
  • test screen
  • distribution
  • marketing

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