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    Genesis Maintainer
    General Maintainer
    Step 1: Conceptulalization/Fleshing

    These two things start off the game on the right track with everyone. They show how the game could be like, and describes it. For example: Lets say we are making a game called "Sonic 4: The Death of Sonic."

    It can be as simple as this:
  • Sonic 4 is a game for 1-2 players that shows the death of Sonic.

    Or, It can be as advanced as this(or even more!):
  • Players: 1-2, 1 player at a time.
  • Characters: Sonic, The Grim Reaper, Tails
  • Object: Too keep Sonic alive. Sonic has to walk fast to dodge the Grim Reaper on his tail. He must get to the end of the level and get a life-force for going on to another zone.
  • Stage 1: The Cemetary
  • Stage 2: The Great Beyond
  • Stage 3: Tails City
  • Stage 4: Mushroom Kingdom

    So, things could get complicated even at the start. The more you know about the game, the better you are off starting the game! They can ax a game and start from scrach here very easily. This is the easiest step.(But of Course!)

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