Newton’s Grand Theft Auto

  Newton's Cradle effect of your life showing each decision you make leads to consequences till you expire in life then the final act.

This is … some sort of video game? Maybe it’s about those Newton’s Cradle executive desk toys? Or maybe that’s a metaphor?

Well, Anyway, it’s in the video game category, and the funding goal is $195,000. Let’s see what it’s about.

Just like Grand Theft Auto this will be Newton's Cradle Effect of life showing good decisions verses bad decisions and the way your life follows the decisions you make. These will be decisions you make both good and bad till you eventually expire or die then see the final results of all those (decisions or decissions) you made, see right way and wrong way on decisions. We have all made bad decisions and sometimes wish we could redo them but we can not, so let us learn from them and not repeat them. "Your life is a result of the choices you make....If you don't like your life it is time to start making better choices." Mr. Zig Ziglar. One big factor of this video game is it will be starring YOU and your life right now, you are the star yes the main character.


Well, I don’t understand any of this. I guess it’s an open world video game like Grand Theft Auto, except it’s about us? Somehow?

Here’s my favorite part :
Yes, one of those two spellings is the correct spelling. Don’t bother looking up which one.

Well, that’s incoherent giberish, but he links to a video. Maybe the video will explain things.

Not that I don’t have total faith that this person can create a video game, but what are the risks and challenges?
it will change lives and make everyone that plays it see there are consequences from our actions

I’m convinced. Where do I sign up?

Based on a suggestion from @Jordan_Mallory.

  • djnforce9

    Only sense I can make out of this is that this person wants to make a game that shows how even a single decision can begin a chain reaction leading to one event in life after another. Not sure what kind of a game would require $195k in order to demonstrate this simple concept.

    • KickFailure

      Yea, that money is both too much and too little.
      You could do a little indie game for much less, but if you want it to be “just like GTA”, you’ll need about a thousand times more.

  • jay

    man, if you actually need a game to teach you that decisions and actions have consequences, you are probably three years old. or my ex-husband /rimshot

  • Jamoche

    Oh, Zig Ziglar, that takes me back. There was a class called “I Can” in high school that was rumored to make your standard “easy A” class look like honors physics.

    Thing is, when Zig is the only person saying you can? You can’t.

  • Windego

    Aww, I was really hoping this was gonna be a GTA game with Isaac Newton as the main hero and eventually you get to recruit other historically important people like Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein and George Washington Carver to join your crime ring. Then we could have dlc that includes special guests like the caveman (Or cavewoman) who invented the wheel!

  • oppie

    To be fair though, this game has already thought me something about “decissions” having consequences; if you decide to make a kickstarter for a terrible game, you might get rightfully ridiculed for it online. Mission accomplished?