I recently had an idea for a very basic addition/subtraction game where you're given a bunch of quantities for a bunch of different categories, and the player is tasked to reduce the overall quantities down to a certain number.
And everything's controlled by very simple text commands. So, like, you've got a FOOD category, so you type in "food," and that opens up MEAT and DAIRY and GRAINS, and you type in "meat" and get a number representing how much meat you have (let's say 2000), so you type in "-1000" and the count updates and now you only have 1000 meat left. And your goal is to get all the food down to, like, three items maximum. And at any time you can undo what you've done.
Except the game isn't about food. It's about something way more interesting that I'll tell you about if we end up working together.
Basically, this requires too much Actual Programming Knowledge Involving Math And Code And Shit for me to reliably do on my own, but it should be incredibly simple for anyone relatively experienced in programming if only because it's based almost solely around adding and subtracting numbers, and typing in menu selections to navigate a big-ass web of categories and subcategories. Simple stuff, hopefully.
And there won't be any graphics, so you won't have to worry about resource optimizing or anything.
So, yeah -- if you're interested and have the skillz/time, send me an email (reverendanthony[at]gmaildotcom) or private message.