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Hi everyone, a few years ago there was someone trying to start a arb based simulation game, i cant find the thread but i was wondering if anything ever came of it

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Both my sons work at the Sony games testing division.

 

One's testing the new VR headset games, and tells me a high percentage of the testers get sea sick n nauseous, requiring hurl buckets within easy reach of them!

 

Makes me wonder whether climbers in general have a higher ability to withstand becoming seasick?

 

Something about bobbing horizons and the inner ear?

 

Jomoco

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a member on here was going to make one about domestic arb i think with buyable trucks and chippers etc.

 

 

I vaguely remember that but haven't seen anything about it. Imagine it would be a pretty complex thing to make

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I suppose if you want to chop tree's in a game, then minecraft is for you. You can chop tree's till your blue in the face... not sure about buying a chipper though!!!!!..

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