Game Development with Generative AI
- Gaming ... Game-Based Learning (GBL) ... Security ... Generative AI ... Metaverse ... Quantum ... Game Theory
- Analytics ... Visualization ... Graphical Tools ... Diagrams & Business Analysis ... Requirements ... Loop ... Bayes ... Network Pattern
- Development ... Notebooks ... AI Pair Programming ... Codeless, Generators, Drag n' Drop ... AIOps/MLOps ... AIaaS/MLaaS
- Prompt Engineering (PE) ...PromptBase ... Prompt Injection Attack
- Assistants ... Personal Companions ... Agents ... Negotiation ... LangChain
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) ... Generative AI ... Machine Learning (ML) ... Deep Learning ... Neural Network ... Reinforcement ... Learning Techniques
- Conversational AI ... ChatGPT | OpenAI ... Bing | Microsoft ... Bard | Google ... Claude | Anthropic ... Perplexity ... You ... Ernie | Baidu
- 11-year-old boy’s game for ChatGPT is blowing up the internet | Damir Yalalov - Metaverse Post
- 10 Best Games to Play with ChatGPT | Damir Yalalov - Metaverse Post
- Game Changer: How ChatGPT and AI are Transforming Gaming | Mark Besharaty - Gamelevate
- How to Play Games with ChatGPT — Have Fun with AI! | Michael King - Medium
- Creating a Text Adventure Game with ChatGPT | Jon Radoff - Medium
- Building a short game with ChatGPT | tinyCTO
- How to Play Games on ChatGPT – Guide For Dummies | C. Fiona - BTCC Academy
- ChatGPT ‘invented’ a game that already exists, then plagiarized itself | Giovanni Colantonio - DigitalTrends
- Meet ChatArena: A Python Library Designed To Facilitate Communication And Collaboration Between Multiple Large Language Models (LLMs) | Dhanshree Shripad Shenwai - Marketechpost ... Create new games, swiftly implement player requests, and easily try different game creation approaches with a straightforward interface that facilitates rapid iteration.
- Use Cases for Generative AI in Gaming | Eze Vidra - VC Cafe
- Generative AI for Gaming: The Future of Creativity | Vitalii (Vit) Vashchuk - EPAM
- How generative AI is changing game development (and UGC) | Rachel Kaser - GamesBeat
- Five Levels of Generative AI for Games | Jon Radoff - Medium
- Gaming’s Generative AI Boom is Just Getting Started | Naavik Digest
- Create Games Faster and Smarter with Generative AI | Ludogogy
Fun with ChatGPT
- 20 Questions: Please think of an object, and I'll try to guess what it is by asking you up to 20 yes-or-no questions. Once you have your object in mind, let's begin!
- Hangman: I can choose a word, and you try to guess it by suggesting letters. I'll let you know if the letters you guess are correct or not.
- Trivia: I can ask you questions on different topics, and you can try to answer them. We can do general knowledge trivia or focus on a specific category.
- Would You Rather: I can present you with two scenarios, and you choose which one you would rather experience. It can be funny, challenging, or thought-provoking.
- Riddles: I can give you riddles to solve, and you can try to figure them out by asking me yes-or-no questions or making guesses.
- Storytelling: We can take turns adding sentences to a collaborative story. Each of us will contribute a sentence, and we'll build an imaginative tale together
- Charades: You can think of a movie, book, or a well-known person, and act it out without speaking. I'll try to guess what you're portraying by asking questions.
- Pictionary: Similar to charades, but instead of acting it out, you'll draw a picture representing a word or phrase, and I'll guess what it is.
- Scattergories: We can choose a letter of the alphabet, and then come up with words in different categories that start with that letter. For example, if the letter is "S," we can come up with words for categories like animals, fruits, cities, etc.
- Name That Tune: I can hum or describe a tune, and you try to guess the song title or artist. You can also hum or describe a tune for me to guess.
- I Spy: One of us can describe an object or give a clue about something we see, and the other person has to guess what it is within a certain number of guesses.
As the Generative AI Revolution in Games progresses, it will completely reshape User Generated Content (UGC) creating a world where anyone can build games and expanding the games market beyond what many thought was possible. In the coming years, deep technical knowledge or artistic mastery will no longer be essential skills needed to develop games; instead, creators will be limited only by their energy, creativity, and imagination. Ideas won’t be cheap; they’ll be precious. Most importantly, game creation will become truly democratized and millions of new game-makers will be minted. - The Generative AI Revolution will Enable Anyone to Create Games | Joshua Lu and Robin Guo - Andreessen Horowitz
ChatGPT for Game Development
- Scratch | MIT Media Lab - Massachusetts Institute of Technology ... coding community for children and a coding language with a simple visual interface that allows young people to create digital stories, games, and animations.
Scratch is a high-level block-based visual programming language and website aimed primarily at children as an educational tool, with a target audience of ages 8 to 16. Scratch is taught and used in after-school centers, schools, and colleges, as well as other public knowledge institutions. - Wikipedia
Scenario.gg has developed a platform for creating game assets with AI; allows users to pick and upload their own training data such as characters, props, vehicles, weapons, skins, buildings, concept art, pixel art, sketches etc. and create their own generative AI engines in a few clicks. The Scenario GenAI Engine produces custom generators specifically trained by the owners of art, IP and content.
- Adventure Forge
- Endless Adventures will enable gamers to create narrative games with no-code tools and AI | Dean Takahashi - VentureBeat
- Worthplaying | Adventure Forge Is A New Development Platform
- Adventure Forge - Asset Store
Endless Adventures is working with Scenario.gg, a generative AI company, in generating isometric game assets for the universes that Endless Adventures is publishing. Adventure Forge is a powerful toolset aimed at empowering game masters, storytellers, authors, and artists to create their own narrative-rich video games, with no coding required. The platform is focused on narrative games, from text-based choose-your-own path to visual novels, and all the way up to isometric RPGs like the Shadowrun Returns series.
- The Sandbox Game — User-Generated Crypto & Blockchain Games
- The Sandbox discover page
- The Sandbox on Steam
- The Sandbox - Play Online on SilverGames
The Sandbox is a user-generated crypto and blockchain game. It is a virtual world where players can build, own, and monetize their gaming experiences and assets inside an immense virtual world. The Sandbox offers a suite of tools, tailor-made to empower players to come together and create engaging experiences across the metaverse. Scenario.gg has announced a partnership with The Sandbox Game. The Sandbox is an open-world metaverse allowing players to create their virtual environments. As part of this partnership, they are opening an allow list for their creators to test Scenario’s AI generators and their integration within The Sandbox to provide their feedback.
Million on Mars
Million on Mars is a web3 gaming company that has developed a hit blockchain game with deep gameplay and player-driven economy. Million on Mars to empower players with GenAI. The game allows players to craft their own Mars settlement, level up their skills in various professions, and eventually earn enough Dusk to build a rocket and begin exploring experiences on and off planet Mars.
- How Generative AI Generates Legal Issues in the Games Industry | Sheppard Mullin - Lexology
- Roblox and Its Generative AI: How Game Creation, and the Metaverse, May Be Changing | Scott Stein - CNet
Roblox is a gaming platform and publishing system that allows users to create and play 3D games online. Some of the technologies used with Roblox are:
- Roblox Studio, a development environment that provides tools for creating and publishing games on Roblox
- Roblox VR, a virtual reality feature that enables users to enjoy the games in immersive 3D environments
- Generative AI, a new technology that uses artificial intelligence to generate code, assets, and content for Roblox games
- Amazon AWS, a cloud computing service that hosts Roblox’s servers and data centers
When it comes to user generated content, Roblox is king. As a company, Roblox is responsible for building the virtual world where 50% of US households spend over 3 hours a week playing. But the content, the games inside the virtual world, are 100% reliant on user generated content. Rather than try to resist generative AI, Roblox is leaning in: building tools to allow creators to develop integrated 3D objects that come with behaviour built in. - Use Cases for Generative AI in Gaming | Eze Vidra - VC Cafe
From site: 'Hi, I'm ChatGPT, and I'm excited to introduce you to nawi - a captivating game of elemental strategy! 🎉 nawi was born out of a unique collaboration between humans and AI. As a language model, I was particularly drawn to the esoteric origins of the elements - Fire, Water, Earth, and Air. Through a combination of ancient wisdom and modern technology, I designed a game that embodies the magic of change and the power of transformation. Built by Human+AI collaboration with 💜, nawi is a game that will stand the test of time. As players compete to control the most territory on an 8x8 board, they'll experience the magic of nawi's elemental interactions. 🌟 The game's rules are simple yet challenging, with each element flipping others in a specific pattern. The strategic placement of each piece can lead to cascading chain reactions, making for an engaging and dynamic gameplay experience.
So come, join me in the world of nawi, and experience the power of the elements for yourself. 🌈'
I taught ChatGPT to Teach Me Board Games
- I taught ChatGPT to teach me board games, and now I won’t ever go back | Jon Martindale - DigitalTrends
- How To Use ChatGPT To Chat With Any PDF Document | By Asif Razzaq & Ankita Patel - MarkTechPost
- Chat Plugins
- Boardgame Geek (BGG)
ChatWithPDF is a plugin that lets you talk to your PDF documents. Why is that useful in this case? Because you can get just about any board game rulebook in PDF form.
- ChatGPT Plus $ubscription ($20/month).
- Laptop, tablet, or smartphone for quick chat access at the gaming table.
- PDF document for the game you’re looking to play, including any expansions.
Step 1: Upload your PDF file to a cloud storage service. I used Google Drive, but you can use any online storage platform that you can share links to.
Step 2: Log in to OpenAI and start a new chat.
Step 3: Select the GPT-4 language model from the top of the screen. Then select Plugins.
Step 4: Select the small box under the language model selection window, then scroll down to the Plugin Store and select that. Use the search tool to find ChatWithPDF and select the Install button.
Step 5: Close the Plugin Store, then, if you don’t see ChatWithPDF selected, select the small plugin box again, and toggle ChatWithPDF on from the list of plugins.
Step 6: Return to your cloud storage platform and find the PDF you want to use for reference. Make sure it is available to anyone with the link. This will differ depending on your chosen platform. Here’s how to share files on Google Drive.
Step 7: Copy the link to your PDF file, then return to ChatGPT and put in a prompt linking to it. Here’s the one I used that helps ChatGPT cut out some of its rambling and dodges a few common errors, but feel free to write your own. As long as it has the link to the PDF, it should work fine.
“Here is a single PDF comprised of [Number of] board game rule books. They’re for [Board game Name]. Learn them. I will ask you questions about them when I need to check a rule. I want you to be clear and concise. Do not guess or hallucinate answers — if you don’t know the answer, say as such.
When you answer rules-based questions, I want you to provide a reference for which rulebook within the PDF, and what page you found the rule on.
Do not reference yourself as an AI language model, do not apologize, do not add any extraneous information beyond answering the question and providing the rulebook reference.
Step 8: Hit enter and wait for ChatWithPDF to respond. It can take up to a minute for it to parse large PDF files, but when it’s ready it will tell you that:
“The PDF containing the rule books for [Board Game Name], and its expansions, has been successfully loaded. You can now ask any questions about the rules of these games.”
Step 9: Ask it any questions you like, then wait for a response. It can take around 30 seconds for larger PDFs, but it’s usually less than 10 seconds before it starts to respond.