I have an idea for an educational game that might actually work (and not be lame like every other game in existance).
the basic concept of the game is that it will be addictive on the one hand, but will require you to learn things implicitly (meaning, without any demand for mental work, rehearsal, studying or anything like that) inorder to fulfill your addiction. if my dream is reallized, it might actually be the ultimate way to:
-learn a vocabulary of a new language (which ever)
- learn basic arithmatic (addition and multiplication foryoung kids, and complex roots and powers for us)
- learn perfect pitch hearing (the ability to recognize notes and chords just from hearing)
and there are probably some other possible applications that i haven't thought about yet.
the problem is, that while I have very basic programming knowledge, I don't have any experience, and this project might prove to be of some size.
secondly, i don't really have any money to pay for it. I mean, I have some, and can pay some, but not anything resembling a programmer salary.
do you guys know anyone with a basic profficiancy in game development who might be interested in hearing more about it?