Imagine creating video games using nothing but your thoughts! UK-based mobile game developer and publisher Kwalee has announced a game-changing technology called “Mind Games” that lets game designers build games solely through the power of thought. This breakthrough could revolutionize the gaming industry and open up new possibilities for creativity and innovation.
How does it work? “Mind Games” combines Kwalee’s K.A.I. program with cutting-edge Fast Organic Open Loop (F.O.O.L) technology. The K.A.I. program is an employee initiative that encourages them to pitch A.I. ideas to improve the business. F.O.O.L technology connects with the incredible power of the human mind, allowing developers to create games without traditional input devices.
Years of research and development by Kwalee’s talented team of engineers and designers led to the creation of this transformative platform. It has the potential to impact not only the gaming industry but also other digital industries as well.
Harry Lang, Vice President of Marketing at Kwalee, shared his excitement about “Mind Games”:
“This is a truly groundbreaking technology that has the power to revolutionize the games industry and open up new possibilities for creativity and innovation. We see ‘Mind Games’ as a positive rather than a source of existential horror, and we’re excited to see how people react to the thousands of games Kwalee will be able to think into reality every week when we bring it to the mass market.”
However, not everyone shares the same enthusiasm for “Mind Games.” Some members of the programming team at Kwalee’s HQ seemed to have mysteriously vanished, with rumors suggesting they left the test session before its official unveiling, stating:
“Why on earth would we even build this thing!?”
Despite these concerns, Kwalee remains committed to pushing the boundaries of games innovation. “Mind Games” represents a significant step forward in their quest to create the next generation of games. This new technology could transform the mobile, PC, and console gaming markets, hopefully without any negative consequences.
As gamers and aspiring game developers, it’s fascinating to imagine the creative possibilities that “Mind Games” could bring. What kind of games would you create if you could simply think them into existence? The future of game development could be in the power of our minds!