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Offline RedEveTopic starter

She's alive... Alive! - Weird Science for the 21st century
« on: February 20, 2011, 09:44:24 AM »
WEIRD SCIENCE!




The basic concept for this idea is pretty much a straight-forward, modern day adaptation of both the movie and TV series "Weird Science".

I would move the action from a HS setting to a college campus, but the rest of the basic ideas remain the same.  A socially unadjusted and awkward individual uses his computer to create a virtual woman. Something goes wrong - or right - which turns her from a computer simulation into a real woman, who possesses magical powers to boot.

A few specific points of interest for anyone who thinks about applying for the role of the male computer geek:

  • I see this as a fairly modestly paced roleplay. I already have several active games, so I see this as no more than a 2-3 posts a week thing.
  • I do not want this to turn into a series of sexual trysts between the guy and the virtual girl. It can start out that way - he is after a sex-starved student and she is a ridiculously hot woman - but the plot should quickly turn towards the magical aspect: what wishes will he make and how will they work out?
  • I play on starting this out a one-on-one thing. If it works well, then perhaps we invite in another player who can portray a friend of the main protagonist who is in on the secret.

Offline Nohbdy

Re: She's alive... Alive! - Weird Science for the 21st century
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2011, 11:00:42 PM »
This sounds rather interesting, though I must admit I am only moderately familiar with the source series.

Offline Red Gryphon

Re: She's alive... Alive! - Weird Science for the 21st century
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2011, 11:51:08 PM »
I would be interested, and the posting number works fine for me.