I’m taking a video game design course on Coursera and am thinking about using my current project as the premise for the video game document (I’m not sure if that’s what it’s called) I have to create for the class. I have several good ideas. If I were to make it into a game rather than the comic, it would be a combination between puzzle solving games and “find the objects in the picture” type games. I was thinking some kind of fusion between the Ace Attorney games, The X-Files iOS game, and the Nancy Drew PC games). These segments would either be from Brianna’s point of view or Hazel’s point of view with some segments of them using their powers on the case. I’m not sure what I the gameplay would be for the courtroom segments (other than they would be from Dalton’s point of view). Do you know if there are any mystery video games that deal with the courtroom/trial side of mystery stories besides the Ace Attorney games (which I absolutely love) and Danganronpa (which I have very little interest in playing)? Mostly I’m at a loss as to what to do for my story and I wish I knew what to do. Does anyone have any idea as to some good books about faith and creativity I could read? I’m just feeling artistically, emotionally, and spiritually “dead” right now. I’m really struggling with finding a church home (I’m very dissatisfied with the church my parents go to) and I’m struggling to get along with my parents (especially my mom). Sometimes I wonder if getting out of the house would make it better, but then I realize it probably wouldn’t. I’m also really struggling with where to take my current project. I’m hoping creating a video game document for the series might help. I’ve also thought about changing the setting from the real world to a fictional planet, but that would be a huge change from the vision I have for my project (if I even have one anymore). Do you think I should abandon this project if I can’t get any ideas from this class?