Maybe The Laziest RPG Ever Made

Maybe The Laziest RPG Ever Made

Dreeps is an RPG where you do almost nothing. And as terrible as that may seem, I actually kinda like the idea.

Designed for iOS, it asks you to simply set an alarm. When you wake up in the morning, a little robot boy in the game will also wake up and start adventuring, all on his own. He’ll explore lands, meet new people and fight enemies, all without your input (but he’s there, doing it, so you can have it next to you and watch if you like).

You do nothing! No decisions, no button presses, no wandering the wilds, no reloads, nothing.

At night, when you go to sleep, the boy goes to sleep as well. Like a little tamagotchi, I guess, only a lot more interesting to watch.

Made by as trio of Japanese developers, they sum it all up by saying “dreeps is a game for those too busy to play RPGs.”

Which is me!

(via prosthetic design)

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