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Rapture Rebirth MMORPG Mini-Games ideas (for 2D and simple 3D Tablet interface) :

See also MiniGame_Creation_Idea

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Mini-Games Tying Into the 'Online' BioShock MMORPG Game :

Another idea that might be interesting (and be part of the RTS (Real Time Simulation)  aspect. This would be inline with the current technology craze) having an interface which allows Players to monitor/control their non-avatar resources. Access which can be run on Tablets/Palmtops/Smartphones ( a non-3D interface, though 3D effects could be there optionally for flavor/glitz).

The MMORPG Players goals are rebuilding/repairing/expanding Rapture, and would have some NPCs (ex-splicers/big-daddies/auction-house agents/etc..) under their control which would be working on game  tasks which take-time/are-boring and make slow (real-time)progress.  2D symbolic representations corresponding to 'Team' NPC worksites, the Player has designated, would be manipulated have NPC and material resources allocated to them, and task queues would allow continuation while the Player is not online.  Re-manufacturing and selling of items (crafting) worked on by the Player's ex-splicer minions (who besides no longer being insane) may possess important skills from the ADAM they absorbed through those chaotic years or just have alternate player selected training or are Hired.

The Rapture Reborn MMORPG would be a cooperative game. Communications with other Players would be facilitated to acquire/borrow/loan resources or coordinate projects via mail/chat/posting/trade paradigms which we already see existing in many MMORPGs.  As seen in many other games, an 'Auction House' mechanism can be used to streamline inter-player resource transfers (with many goods/items delivered by that wondrous Pneumo-Mail Jet Postal system -- which the players will get working again)...

The RTS (Real Time Shooter) aspect of the game would motivate/drive some Quests in the FPS part of the game, to get ahold of things needed for the 'work' of bringing Rapture back to life(repairs and building) . The Player will likely have to hunt for critical components in the still-wrecked/wild areas of Rapture, will have to fight off the wild Splicers still inhabiting them, and may have to join their NPC workers to search out and recover those needed resources.  (Heh for once  'Fetch it'  Missions with actual utility for the stuff being 'fetched' )

Puzzle Mini-Games fit in with the limited tablet/palmtop/smartphone interfaces (think -- wiring/ piping/ mechanical assembly/ therapy for your raw Splicer in the Tenenbaum Rehabilitation and Recovery Clinic/ Lockpicking/ U-Make-It scrounging/Crafting).  There are lots of possibilities for such puzzles, who's effort/results feed in to the main game.

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Games to be Run On a Simpler Interface (Tablets/Palmtops) :

These would allow players to play part of the game while away from their home gaming machines. Results from the Mini-Games can have direct impact on in-game activities (while utilizing time the players couldn't play otherwise).

Beside hopefully being fun games (if there's a good progression to continually get harder to match a spectrum of player abilities) having short duration and payoffs in the main game. Some being skill advancements, and others to accomplish certain in-game tasks like repairs/fabrications/searches on the players own projects (as well as city assigned jobs), while others reward with job pay beyond the (my NPCs on automatic).

Lots of variants(scenarios) - if player created assets are part of the game system and other similar games can be produced along the same lines by Players (scenario variants (data) for an existing game vs creating it which is programming).

2D Flash style animations and interactions for the programs ( alot of players understand these concepts for creation of the mini-games, so wont be frightened off)

Common creation frameworks to act as templates - grid placements, communication with server, scoring and rewards systems.

Some Players create better graphics and aesthetic animation effects versus creating the game mechanics and control interfaces (again assuming that the company adopts the challenging and 'pushing the envelope' idea of allowing player created asset and then actually being able to make the system work). Graphical effects are often interesting just to see them (see what imaginative players come up with).

Games have instructions and explanation of how they tie into the main game. Names and locations/tasks etc are passed from the server to personalize the mini-game as being part of their efforts in the main 3D game.

Top Scores ?? (and tracking player against themselves) Why not? Some people find great interest in trying to out do each other and in an MMORPG you want to add as many avenues of interest as possible to keep people playing.

There would also be interactive access to in-game media - newspapers/mail/delivery notices/job bulletin boards/text chat/NPC activity monitorings and task directions and progress/map views/auction house/ etc.. so players can keep track of things happening in the game and communicate/interact.

A longer explanation of many things mentioned will be in a following posting.

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Loading Mini-Games to be Played Offline :

Apps and data transferred from the Server, the Mini-Game is played offline, and then the game results are sent back later (when connectivity is reestablished). Several scenarios (matching the Player's in-game situation or matching assets they control) for a 'game' could be assembled by the Server and loaded/queued-up. Several different games could be loaded for extended off-line playing activity.

There would be built-in game security to prevent cheating (no simple file manipulations - Server based security blocks easy client hacks).

  • Mini-Game Data is tailored/customized to the Player and has encoded markers that disallow resubmissions, application to a different Player, and any easy faking of results.
  • The Server easily detects game scenario + results invalid for a different player.
  • The multitude of different Mini-Games make payoff for difficult 'hacking' inconsequential.
  • Some situational Mini-Game types have the Player go thru a varying bunch of actions, but the results are not known until submitted, and thus a hacker doesn't know what 'right' actions to build into the data sent to the Server.

The Mini-Games don't have huge payoffs (actually are fairly limited) so would not warrant reverse engineering/hacking the App (and various programming tricks can make even that difficult). Results aren't just files transferred but interactive between the tablet app and the Server, and it would take sophisticated hacking to fool the system.

Players could have another Player play their account but that is the same as having someone else log into your account on any other MMORPG and do stuff for you (blocking 2 simultaneous logins on the same account is pretty standard for account payment cheats). As long as they do the playing fairly, one at a time, there is no problem.

Many of the off-line activities are not actually Mini-Games, but manipulate cached data from the in-game world. - The Player can plan out their next in-game excursion and setup/organize the resources they will want to use (like the original X-Com where you decided equipment for your squad - but alot more than that for THIS game). - Another example would be downloading your in-game mail messages to be looked thru and have replies written (to be sent when a network connection can be reestablished).

  • Project planning/monitoring for the 'rebuilding' activities in the game can be done conveniently on a tablet/palmtop (using time when a game-machine use isn't possible).

Example -- you are going on a plane flight and would like something interesting to do for a coupla hours while you are waiting/flying. So you take a few of the next Mini-Game scenarios for the Civic Prestige activities (Plug the Leak and Rat Patrol) and your in-game mail dump. You can take your shop/farm business records/plans for review/adjustments/management, as well as a few new scenarios for that fun 'Roleplay a Security Bot' 3D Mini-Game. Then there are the latest Rapture TV programming (shows and commercials and news), and the daily New Rapture Newspaper. You may wish to take a summary of your NPC 'Team' stats (so you might consider some new training for them). All your game notes/reminders, map data, Teamtask assignments, and 'bank' contents are all kept upto date on your handheld. When you can get back to your PC you want to do some blast-fest in 'the ruins'/'the wild', but while that's out of reach you can get some more mundane game things done.

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Sometimes Mindless Games Are Good :

For the Tablet/Smartphone - How about a Tetris-like or a Jewel-like game using those icons from the Solo Games ?   Plenty of App developers out there to tap into for such 'simple' games.

http://rapturearchives.org/html/bs1_icons.html    http://rapturearchives.org/html/mp_icons.html

Win fabulous prizes !!!  (actually as being a 'game of skill' it bypasses alot of gambling issues, and as long as the 'prizes' are all in-game...)   Now what would it emulates as being some real Rapture related activity ?  Sifting through rubble looking for salvageable objects?  Recycling job at the City Dump (ewww)?   Rearranging/sorting some Splicer's mental patterns in the 'Cure' hospital?   Some nebulous tie to the primary game theme is preferred....

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Mini-game idea examples:

Existing Hacking of various devices/machines - bots/vending

  • machines/cameras/turrets/security doors/locks
  • BS1 circuit fluid path grid (thinking and speed)
  • BS2 moving needle (mostly click timing)
  • with additions for more skill based adjustments, impact of research/tools/part quality

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Utility Lineman

  • Connect the in and out paths of several utilities in a building section to establish continuity with the pieces you are supplied
  • Add safety features for bonus
  • Bonus for redundant capacity to the completed 'circuits'
  • Fit multiple utilities simultaneously (water, air, electricity, Pneumo, comm-lines)
  • Don't forget to cut the power before you start rewiring ...
  • Do estimations and if it cant be done send the job back to the bureaucrats who messed up.

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Repairs - Machine Disassembling/Assembling:

  • Jigsaw like puzzle of fitting all the parts together
  • Get useful machines of variety of complexities working again
  • Broken pieces removed and replaced (keep a good stockpile on hand)
  • Symbolic pieces dropped in the slots (preferably the right slots)
  • Research/blueprint, skill/tool advantages
  • In game objects are repaired either for yourself or as a 'job'

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U-Invent - Fabrication Making Parts

  • Use of an old U-Invent machine (which was automatic) rebuilt to use as a fabrication rig (beg, borrow, but don't steal one).
  • Player supplies recipes and formulas to control making of parts for machines (later use for repair activities)
  • Reprogram the machine to make parts (adjustment puzzle of the in-built tools options)
  • Machine pattern with improvements innovated by players skill
  • Progressive with more skill and tool modules and additional recipes
  • DO repairs to the machine during 'run' of parts
  • Parts produced for in-game use

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Guard-bot Patrol

  • Player remotely controls a city patrol bot (those automatic ones were never that bright)
  • Plan and Set the patrol pattern for a given map area (some with higher difficulty patterns)
  • Link into camera/electric eye sensors to get clues of possible perp locations
  • Follow/corner the perp (drive vermin into traps)
  • Control door access (security locks) to block the perps off
  • Coordinate multiple reinforcement bots movements
  • Different perps move at different speeds or can try to attack the bot
  • Coordinate 'the watch' being called to handle/apprehend the Perp
  • Answer priority alerts to investigate reported sightings of 'irregularities'
  • Many different maps and scenarios (ie- stake out the smugglers, watch the gate to the wild, vermin patrol, etc..)
  • Keep the city safe so people can sleep soundly in their beds...

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Splicer Brain/Genetic Reconstruction ('the Cure' for splicers)

  • Symbolic representation of the brain of a splicer
  • Remove the broken bits (unhappy faces)
  • Adjust the pieces to form coherent patterns (connect the smiley faces)
  • Minimum adjustments get bonus
  • Most combinations of 'good' brain patterns get bonus (means more skills for the ex-splicer)
  • Skill adjustments to enhance efficiency and improve outcomes
  • Use X-Cell and Anti-Adam to assist difficult cases
  • Every Ex-splicer saved is one more step forward for Rapture
  • Doctor your patient is ready....

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Certification Tests for player skills

  • Do tests to qualify for a better job (bypasses time consuming ingame training)
  • Various machines and tools and tasks done to prove proficiency for future job placements in-game.
  • Paint the wall section (roller or paint brush, neatness counts) - no painters holidays please
  • Assemble the machine from the blueprint pattern (memory game)
  • Weld that leak (wandering hand aiming game - like some of the target scopes )
  • Find a free path for the electric line (floor tiles path, no overlap with existing lines)
  • Flip the burgers (variant on whack a mole)

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Pull the goodies out of the pile (a pickup sticks type game)

  • Scrounge thru the debris pile and try to extract the most valuable items
  • If you pull wrong debris falls down and blocks things (may also help uncover things)
  • Move things that are in the way
  • Time limit before the splicers hear you and you have to leave (if they catch you, lose all)
  • Time limit before the room fills up with water

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Guide the sub/Bathysphere thru the maze of buildings and obstacles

  • Maze game get thru to the destination on-time and certainly before fuel/air runs out
  • Dodge the giant squid or other hazards
  • Go out and return on a 'routine' trip
  • Skills allow faster speeds and better maneuverability
  • Get your own sub/bathysphere and make it a profitable business

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Trawling for Fish

  • Raptures mainstay that never quit the whole time after 'the fall'
  • Place the nets
  • Run the multiple subs out to the schools of fish and corner them into the nets
  • Avoid hazards - various Deep Sea Nasties and sharks that want to eat your fish
  • Bring your catch home to Rapture
  • Work for the city or later purchase your own submarine to get real profits.

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Program the circuitry/punchcards (Minerva's programs)

  • Minerva will be a very useful tool for the City if they can just get it programmed.
  • More 'wiring' connections type puzzles
  • Solve the logic connection with the provided circuitry (fit to form the path)
  • Bonus payout for speed of completion
  • Progressive difficult and higher rewards
  • Accumulate circuit bits you didn't have to use for subsequent 'programs'
  • More programs you do, the more you are paid (and skill advances)
  • Some are Circuitry and others Punchcard sequences linking the logical paths
  • Tools and special circuit parts for 'shortcuts'

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The Prospecting game:

  • Find useful materials for Raptures industries to convert to useful things (the manufacturing starting up again)
  • Dig thru the rock looking for veins/deposits
  • Dont open the tunnel to the sea (indicators about how close you are getting to that)
  • Pull as much as you dare out
  • Different and amusing tools
  • Different types of mines have different properties - metal/oil/minerals
  • HighGrade a few 'samples' for yourself (smugglers trade for gold)

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The Farm - setup and operate a farm to feed Rapture with something other than fish and seaweed

  • Growing crops (farm games existed LOOONG before Farmville)
  • Tending animals(beware the mutant cows and flamethrowing chickens) - crops to feed animals
  • Progressive development (not a single run game)
  • Add more lights to improve growing
  • Add new crops (new seeds with multiplying numbers when you grow seeds for later crops)
  • Bring in fertilizer (mulched from the inedible seaweed) to improve your farm.
  • Keep the vermin away (who try to eat your crops)
  • Skills increase and expand your farm

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Chase the Thing thru the City Sewer:

  • A common low income entertainment for starting players
  • Navigate the maze of sewers under the streets - don't go too far or you will get lost.
  • Vermin targets have bounties (in-game rewards)
  • Interesting/valuable items sometimes get lost, there to be found
  • Lighting and water level vary
  • Nastier things are sometimes run into (keep your weapon handy)
  • Bring your hip boots.

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Route the Pneumo

  • Jet Postal job shifting the transfer incoming capsules to the right outbound tube
  • Jamming events and misroutings/damaged packages or bad addresses
  • Shelving capsules destined for the local station and taking)
  • Rush periods when transfers backed up (all come in at once)
  • Higher skill Pneumo job offices (scenarios) have more tubes/more problems/more traffic
  • Lots of flashing lightbulb type and buzzing indicators warning of incomings and jams...
  • Amusing labels of what are in the capsules

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Librarian in the Great Library

  • Sort the books onto the shelves (some kind of shuffling action in the 'buttoney tablet interface)
  • Find research request items as they come in faster and faster.
  • Slidey word puzzles (using common BioShock terms)
  • research skill bonus.

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Obstacle puzzle (reach that prize if you can in the ruins)

  • grid puzzle of interlocking objects which by pushing around opens a path to the far side
  • Doors
  • Heaps of debris
  • Fires
  • Things to push/pull (with different length sticks) that nullify other obstacles
  • Variety of tools for different scenarios

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The Pick and Pay game

  • Piles of salvages items to look thru
  • Sort thru them and Find the one piece that
  • You may have to dismantle things to get what you are after - don't destroy too much
  • Bonus for minimal value loss due to 'dismantling' and rough manhandling
  • As usual, skill and tools add to efficiency
  • Rewards for finding a 'bounty' item

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Fontaines Fisheries (under new management)

  • Keep the city fed with this staple commodity
  • Unload the submarines that come in with their loads of fish
  • Submarine moves some while floating
  • Avoid crushing the workers who sometimes get in the way
  • Put the fish onto the moving conveyor evenly so it doesn't jam
  • Finish before too many subs back up
  • Accuracy in picking up/dumping to not waste too many fish

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Job dispatcher

  • Work done for the city council to allocate and schedule manpower to current jobs.
  • Match up best combinations of workers with skill (who do certain tasks more efficiently)
  • Time based schedule with workers shifted to critical tasks to clear way for more general progress
  • Get the most tasks completed with available workers
  • Priority jobs to get bonus for getting done first

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Tramway routing ('tower' operator).

  • The tram system moves bulk stuff below street level around much of the city (keeps the streets clear and less cluttered)
  • Map of parts of the city with the tracks shown and the little trams moving about.
  • Keep all the trams simultaneously moving for deliveries and pickups (freight garbage personnel fuel).
  • Switch between routes (single and double tracked) and keep the schedule moving.
  • More complex maps and schedules for the more skilled.
  • Handle accidents and delays to keep things moving.

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Hephaestus Reactor Control

  • Keep the power system stable by controlling valves and watching indicators
  • Prevent it from going into automatic shutdown
  • Scenarios running at higher capacity (more $$) afford more risk and speed of destabilization
  • Minimize damage to equipment for bonus
  • Watch the red lines creep towards utter destruction
  • Someday Minerva may do this task but that day is not here yet.

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An important thing is that all these mini-games are optional. Progress in the main online game is not to be dependent on execution of these mini-games which many players may have little time/patience for and/or little interest in playing. By playing them you might get a bonus in-game, but nothing earthshaking. Effort in them should translate to some equivalent effort for actions in-game (and make use of time when in-game play isn't possible). Some games may just be amusing to see once and then never be looked at again. Others may be good enough to be sufficiently distracting for killing time - what hobbies are really all about.

They are also yet another channel for Player Asset Creators to make 'old school' things for this Rapture genre.

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Simple Mini-Game Creations (Short Sequence of Strange/Funny Scenes)  :

"Dragon's Lair" was just a coin arcade game made up of a bunch of choreographed scenes/actions (cartoon video recordings) which is steered by Player 'choice' (just a few options) at numerous points -- where decision points kill you (often amusingly). The Player has to remember which actions lead to continuing further (finding the successful path versus the 'Fail'). A subsequent revision improvement made the game NOT restart at the beginning each time, and it would indicate the right choice which had just previously been played - to allow the average Player to get further. For an arcade game, it was a great quarter-eater, as the each 'correct' choice was often arbitrary, leading constantly to many bad results (life use) as the Player worked their way through the game. It was more a memory game to navigate through the dozens of 'decision points'.

A similar game could be done using the MMORPGs stage choreographing tools and by setting up a long sequence of strange and amusing events for the Player to 'play'. More branchings versus a linear 'one path' would make it superior, allowing more discovery of different viable (amusing) scenes.

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Hmmm, Sounds like a Mini-Game for MMORPG (Infinite BS) - Revenge of the Automatic Gentlemen ??  

Automatic Gentlemen to be a Rampant Robot Game - with the crawling on walls and such.  It looked to be some hacked robot done by the Vox Populi (not 'upstanding' enough to be a Founder unit... A stalker for  them (Founders) would probably be a human Big Game Hunter in safari hat and accouterments. - separate Mini-Game for that...)

Could climb sufficiently with the arms/claws - no need for hands on feet .

No 'Genetic' details (don't think there's any 'gene' stuff in THIS game), but it could be powered by a  big clear flask of kerosene or even moonshine (small internal combustion engine -- even a one-banger  engine with a flywheel).

Bad Science would be : a Fink mutated monkey brain controlling the thing - now degenerated from its  original 'Gentleman' training...  (Finks effort to eliminate those bothersome 'Serfs' Columbia has).

SO when you hit their fuel, a mini fireball (or like the kerosene fires you see in movies when a kerosene lamp is breaking - big patch of fire - except bigger --- and its still coming towards you for a short while before it conks out)

Can have the engine in its mechanism put-putting quietly, when it is waiting in ambush/moving slowly, then making a loud racket when it throttles up to attack you. 

Bizarre-ness  - would IT still be uttering some of the 'Automatic Gentleman' voice snippets :

  • "Would Madam like me to fetch a carriage?" etc.... while it is attacking you.
  • "Will Sir be going to his Club?" (produces a club to menace you with)
  • "A light, Sir?" (Flaming Molotov cocktail is tossed)
  • "Will Madam be retiring soon?" (menaces with a tire iron)
  • "Allow me to help you down?" (makes a grab to fling you over the side to plummet to your death..)
  • "A fine day for hunting pheasants, Sir" (aims shotgun)
  • "I really wanted to talk to you about an 8-Hour workday Sir (strangling the player)

The warehouse scene would be a good place to have that really ancient game scenario where you have to  maneuver out of reach of 'the robots', and evade and make your escape -- where they move slowly and  are reaching out to try to grab you with their metallic hands. You have to dodge and weave to get past  all of them.  Sure you could slam a few with your rifle butt, but meanwhile dozens are inching closer  towards you ...  Not sure why there would be a whole warehouse full of defectives (maybe should be  more like a scrap heap of 'returns', with many half dismantled -- crawling at you missing legs etc...  ) -

They can always come up for a reason to make you go thru an area (being chased and went in the only  doorway that was unlocked, etc...)

Also the reason why there are so many of the Automatic Gentlemen robots (when not that many people in  Columbia might have been rich enough to buy them) - 'showcase city', and the manufacturer was really  selling them at all the places that Columbia would visit (buy one and drive it out of the showroom  type sales ...)

And why they are 'malfunctioning' -- the monkey brains that run the things have either gone senile or  a bit rotten (its SteamPunky/Diesel_Punk_Crafts themed so they don't have to justify anything with science beyond  Frankenstein level fiction...)

Anyway, a whole maze of crates, in the near dark. With a few variations of the 'scare' - a big crate  falls over, some arms reaching out, a strange unearthly scream (and Booker finds that HE was  screaming !!)  after an automaton head rolls at their feet, the open door across the warehouse (with  the light shining from it) suddenly shuts leaving you in total darkness...

Plenty to work with for the scene, including a possible 'Scoobie Doo' twist that it is some people who have taken refuge there, and they try to stay safe by scaring people out of the place (or  somesuch).

Hmm, could have a nice little scene in another part of the city with the 'crazy' Automatic Gentleman  acting the servant to a bunch of corpses (cliche) and it is not clear if the robot killed them or  just found some convenient corpse from the new outbreak of violence precipitated by Booker and  Elizabeth.

I wonder if the new Game Engine could handle having pieces go flying off of these mechanical enemies  - creepy when the Mechanical Gentleman keeps coming at you even when its only half there.  Knock those bizarre earhorns off the 'Boys of Silence and they scream only the louder ... Ole George's head  spins like a top, but his Gatling Gun keeps firing ...

They (Infinite BS) needs something creepy to take the place of the deformed splicers and also to come  at you out of the dark.

Proper sound effects would probably be the real 'creep out' aspect as they should make a distinct  mechanical sound that you can hear from a distance as they creep towards you in the dark or around  the next corner or are behind the door you need to go thru.  I remember in Return to Castle Wolfenstein the half robotic monstrosities - which were hard to kill and were dangerous (reason to  fear them) that you heard from 'aways-off' (but getting closer), but really did not know where they were or when they would jump you.

Thinking about effects (lighting), the time of the game is also when they used arc-lamps more than a  little (while lightbulbs got better), and the stark too-bright light they produced would make for  nice exaggerated visual effects (GPU shader scripting fun) that would contrast with both the dark and  the sunny exterior views.

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Jenga Type Puzzle MMORPG Mini-Games with Debris/Wreckage :

Tangled mass of various debris to keep from caving in (on you).   The tower climbing puzzle in Far Cry 3 taken up a few notches ...

You have to get across a room to some goodie, but depending on how/what you attempt to clear, more wreckage/debris falls.  Include climbing over obstacles and pulling down things to get objects hanging in wreckage.  The usual jumping up to mysteriously handy hanging ropes can be included.  Sorry no magical quantum-magnetic 'freight hooks'.

Random Auto-Generation combinations used to avoid the 'Look it up on the Internet' method of solving.

Limited time before flooding and other limitations ...

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