Are there any games that take place during the heat death of the universe? Posted on May 25, 2023 by Anonymous Are there any games that take place during the heat death of the universe?
That's not how that works. Nothing sentient would exist at that point, at least how we know life to be.
That's what fiction is for, retard.
Huh? Literally every civilization would be planning for it in at least some capacity. Even our scientists have ideas on how to survive passed it and we aren't even on the Kardishev Scale yet. Maybe you go fully digital, or maybe you build an artifical environment. There are so many ways to survive passed heat death and you could keep going for so long that the ampunt of time life lived in the pre-heat death universe isn't even a percent of a percent of the time people could live passed it.
>Maybe you go fully digital, or maybe you build an artifical environment.
Wouldn't you need energy of some kind to make that happen though?
yeah all of them
You're living it, anon
I haven't played it, but isn't that just the star exploding? Not really the same thing.
IIRC you watch all the stars burn out at the end, they were looking for a place that wasn't about to end but it turns out everywhere is about to end
If you look at all the stars in the sky, you'll see that a majority of them are actually supernovas. It's not necessarily the heat death but it's pretty close to end times. And then you get to the true ending.
No, it's every star in the universe burning out. You can watch them explode in the background throughout the game and one of the other characters even comments on it. If you spend a loop flying out far enough then you can watch your own sun go supernova and the rest of space just turn into a starless black void. If you break the time loop before doing that then you get a special ending where your character dies a cold, lonely death of starvation as the last living thing in the universe.
The sun in the micro-universe runs out of fuel and reaches its red giant phase. It's more or less a condensed version of heat death.
>gone homo IN SPACE
Humans pretending we know how the universe will end is the most egotistical shit I've ever heard.
I'm a big crunch chad.
I'm more of a Schwarzschild cosmology kind of fag
>universe expands thanks to megabrapp from the big bang
>eventually runs out of momentum and stops expanding
Wouldn't it just slowly shrink as everything is gravitationally pulled together instead of being crushed?
Nah son, dark energy.
Explain the acceleration of the expansion of the universe without it.
>Explain the acceleration of the expansion of the universe without it
The observation of the universe is extremely primitive and relies primarily on guessing and hypothesizing
People have known about the acceleration for over 2 decades now.
This makes the most sense to me.
There's no reason why things would just stop existing forever. Yes the universe will be dead for a long, long time, but eventually it all starts to condense again leading to another big bang. Rinse and repeat. Some even say the big crunch means that every universe is exactly the same every time which means you get to live again as yourself and you will do the exact same things in a loop, but I don't buy that, think you will live again but as something else.
There is no reason to continue either.
I want it to continue. I want to live every kind of possible life.
To do so is to engage in spiritual self-debasement.
Super Paper Mario
There's one that where you control robots boarding derelict ships, and I think it has various explanations for why everything's fucking gone.
Unlikely. DW's episode Utopia and some books is the most you'll ever get, as well as unique things like that "forever lasting Earth" book where all energy of the universe was pooled in to expand Earth's lifespan. Can't recall the name though.
Marathon at the end of the final game.
Well, not literally, but it's dark enough to be.
>suddenly a lot of hot matter
>it expands and cools down, forming atoms
>atoms make gas and gravity collapses gas into stars
>stars turn matter into energy
>energy is radiated into space
>all the gas is spent, no more stars
>photons start to decay into energy
>no matter left, only black holes
>black holes slowly evaporate away
>the last black holes disappear
>universe is big and empty