I honestly am stripped of all inspiration and am wondering if anyone wants to code something - a game, website - I honestly don’t know.
What about a game named “drift shopping” ive been thinking about it for the past few hours.
Its a game where you are in a motor-powered grocery cart in a grocery/convenience store, accellerating at fast speeds. Your goal is to go to various locations in the store (shopping) and return to the entrance/exit area to win in a level, while experiencing very low levels of friction, just like drifting, the car term.
@RedCoder what do you think?
@python660 Sounds cool - question though what laungage?
I am thinking of creating something (a website) to help the replit community.
@sonicx180 That’s pretty cool too - how would it help the Replit community ?
@RedCoder probably Kaboom.js for the language since it’s a game engine on Replit. I’m not taking part but I can offer help if needed or feedback a sort of tester if you will.
By supporting the builders in the community that are unknown
@sonicx180 Nice! I like the idea! you would make it in html, css and js, right ?
No, next.js or svelte maybe
I don’t know either, so I probably wouldn’t be much help I know python, html, css and js
It’s fine, we could build backend in flask
@RedCoder could I join in on that if you are doing anything website related? (I know Frontend stuff) I do have another couple projects (1 is a group that I am the owner of) that might delay me doing work everyday (I might have to develop a work schedule for that stuff)
@sonicx180 no I only (barely) know simple JS and know quite a bit of Python. I’ll look into it though.
Would be advisble for web dev
I’m mostly a front end developer but I do enjoy python and JS
I also know UI design and logo design.
@RedCoder I also do logos here are some I have made:
Website Commissions Co:
I use Canva and Procreate to make my logos. If I were to be apart of the team I would work on Frontend and possibly Backend (if I learn it quickly) I can also do the logo if you are doing a website.
Nice! I use Figma to create UI and logos.
@RedCoder Figma sounds like a good idea to use for collaborations and art and web design (since it has a feature of showing HTML and CSS for your designs).