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#31Edgemaster70000Posted 3/26/2013 6:39:11 PM
earthmaster3 posted...
Sounds like they're testing the waters for a League mobile app with a minigame, maybe for IP boosts.

What did everyone else put for what they imagined CHEW would be?


Pac-Man.
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#32DepressedOtterPosted 3/26/2013 6:46:56 PM
CHEW: A Sharks Tale

A single-player indie game about a shark named Frank that just wants to be different from his shark buddies by not eating fish or being violent, and instead takes the path to enlightenment.
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#33ssj4supervegetaPosted 3/26/2013 6:47:00 PM
Voidgolem posted...
From: EDumey | #005
City based dungeon crawler is what I'm getting from this.


underwater city-based dungeon crawler.


Clearly we're getting an atlantis based dungeon crawler with some kind of squid based boss.
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#34mantana888Posted 3/26/2013 6:48:02 PM
"A game where you'd play as a Shrew Man Chew. The game would start out with Shrew getting captured by four evil turtles, but he would escape and go to train with the hyenas to improve his jaw strength until he could finally bite through the turtles' shells. After gaining enough strength, he would launch a guerilla war against the turtles and eventually capture all of them. The final boss would be really easy, just a random old rat who came to rescue the turtles. Shrew would capture the rat also, and the final final battle would be one of those awful button-mashing sequences (Like turning that one pressure wheel in FFVII, or any of the fights in Asura's Wrath) with Shrew trying to bite through the turtles' shells. Mash fast enough, and Shrew wins; but mash too slowly, and the turtles will escape forever. And there's no saves."

Someone make this Chew game
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#35MizunoRyuuPosted 3/26/2013 8:10:11 PM
"Chew" makes me think of a game that's like Fishy, but you play a juvenile Cho'Gath nomming on voidlings to escape the void. I'd play that.
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#36acetrainer95Posted 3/26/2013 8:10:58 PM
ArtosRC posted...
Urban dungeon-crawler set in a city by the ocean. Possibly dealing with culinary arts, zombies, or baseball- and perhaps even all three. Starring Teemo.

I've heard worse sales pitches.


Actually I'd give it a try just because of how ridiculous it sounds.
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#37DrewdadruidPosted 3/26/2013 8:11:51 PM
http://www.surrenderat20.net/2013/03/chew.html
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#38Lord GrahfPosted 3/26/2013 8:26:13 PM
From: King of Cats | #012
I voted Annie on the nautical question just to skew the results.

daakun pls
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#39LawlerlawlPosted 3/26/2013 8:59:13 PM
When CHEW was mentioned, I pictured a bouncy amorphous blob that has to go around eating things to keep his body mass up. Maybe he shrinks unless he eats, eventually getting so small he can't move and dies.
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#40ZerothmaPosted 3/26/2013 9:07:49 PM
My CHEW answer:

"Could be an acronym for something Sci-Fi. ...Or it could be a Cooking Mama style game funded by network executives for the Food channel, in which you play a food critic. The game would use highly advanced technology that transports taste into your mouth via some sort of medium, and asks you to describe what the food tastes like. The biggest flaw in the game is that the answer "oaky" is always correct for every wine..."
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