Game Engine in ChatGPT

Unlocking the Power of ChatGPT: The First Game Engine

Are you looking for an exciting new way to play games and interact with technology? Look no further! A revolutionary new game engine has been developed that allows you to create and execute Text Based applications and games within ChatGPT. James Griffing, the mastermind behind this new approach, has shared his technique with Prompt News and we are here to discuss it with you. This game engine is the first of its kind and it allows you to have an immersive experience from the comfort of your own home. So don’t miss out, subscribe to our channel and be sure to ding that bell so you don’t miss it!

Link to Parameters and Game Engine


Today we’re excited to show you what we believe is the first ever ChatGPT game engine. That’s right. You can now create and execute and play not only Text Based games within ChatGPT, but Text Based applications.

James Griffing the reigns behind this approach has allowed for us to share his technique here and Prompt News. Today we’ll be discussing Fervour into his methodology and ideas in an upcoming video. So make sure you subscribe and ding that bell so you don’t miss it. Without further ado, let’s jump in. Let’s start off by looking at this game. In this demo, I’ve added text to.

Speech for dramatic effect.

To my knowledge, it’s not possible yet.

Until they release an API.

You wake Up in a virtual reality simulation.

Alex from the future here. Skip to three minutes 56.

If you don’t want to watch the game, I understand.

What would you like to do?

One examine the door.

You examine the door and notice that it appears to be the only way out of the room. It is made of metal and has a keycard scanner next to it. The scanner is currently red.

What would you like to do?

One try to open the door.

You try to open the door, but it is locked. It appears that you need some sort of keycard to open it.

What would you like to do?

Four look for keycard.

You open your inventory and find that you have nothing in it.

What would you like to do?

Do check for other ways out of the room.

You look around the room and see that there are no windows or vents and the walls and ceiling appear to be solid. It seems that the door is the only way out of the room.

What would you like to do?

I’ve examined the room again.

You take a closer look around the room and notice that there is a small crack in one of the walls. It’s difficult to see, but upon closer inspection it appears that a small piece of the wall can be pushed in, revealing a hidden compartment.

What would you like to do?

One open the hidden compartment.

You open the hidden compartment and find a key card inside.

What would you like to do?

One use the key card on the scanner.

You use the key card on the scanner and the light turns green. The door clicks and you are able to open it. You step through the door and find yourself in a corridor.

What would you like to do?

Four look for other hidden compartments in this corridor.

You look for other hidden compartments in the corridor but find none.

What would you like to do?

Do go right.

You go right down the corridor. You find a door at the end of the corridor. It is closed.

What would you like to do one?

Open the door.

You open the door and find yourself in a large open space with a lot of people around. Some are sitting in front of screens, others are walking around. This seems to be some sort of control room or hub.

What would you like to do?

Do talk to NPCs.

As you approach the NPCs, they seem to be preoccupied and not very interested in talking to you. They seem to be focused on their tasks.

What would you like to do?

Four interact with objects in the area.

You start to interact with the objects in the area. You notice that most of them are computer screens or consoles. You try to access them, but they are all password protected.

What would you like to do?

Okay, I’m going to stop it there. You get the picture.

Let’s dive in to see how exactly this was made.

Okay, in essence, the game consists of.

Two elements, the game parameters and the game engine.

Once we fill out the parameters, we can then inject that inject that into the game engine and then feed that.

Into ChatGPT to launch the game.

We don’t have to fill out all of the nitty gritty details of the parameters. This can be done by ChatGPT, actually. So we’re playing a game of tennis. We’re giving them information, they’re giving us some back. We’re giving them more information, so we’re building upon it. Okay, so rather than filling all of this out, we’re going to get the AI to kind of dictate the characteristics and the parameters of the game. We’re just going to give it the game title. So let’s select this, make sure I have it all, and then paste that into Chat GPT. And then we’re going to I’m a fan of Legit suit, Larry. I was. So let’s go. The game is about man trying to find a girlfriend that is always refused by women. There we go. There’s Larry Lapper. And then yeah, we can just plug that in. By the way, while this is confusing, I’d just like to add that you can change any of these details to suit your needs. So you’re not fixed, obviously, to what is writing now. And there we have it.

Our parameters are ready.

So what we do now is let’s.

Just copy that to a clipboard, open a new chat.

Now we need the engine.

So let’s take the engine, put that.

Into ChatGPT and put in our.

Game within the brackets.

There we go, we’re ready to roll. So obviously this can be done with applications as well. This is just an example of proof of concept.

And there we have it, a self writing game engine. Sorry.

Within ChatGPT, this can be used.

For a lot of other functions.

Think about kind of self help or interactive educational systems, tours, et cetera.

So this is just basic example to show you the proof of concept.

This can be built out.

I did try to use ASCII as.

Like, an image generation for this, but it didn’t work too well. Yeah, this can be something really big, I believe.

Oh, sorry.

One last thing I forgot while I was editing.

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It really means a lot. And if you did like it, then leave a comment or even a like. And also a shout out to my sister channel, which is Prompt muse, literally, my sister Amelia. And over there, you’ll learn all about graphics and images using T 53. So we have all of our content on So cheque us out. All right, take care. Bye.

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