I was doing a bit of modeling in Blender the other day after finishing another play session of SteamShock, and I had a thought: What if there were a 3D version? Part of me feels like this has been asked before, but since a Google and forum search have yielded nothing on the matter, I'll ask here: What's your opinion on a 3-dimensional installment of ShellShock Live? Obviously the pace and styles of gameplay would change, more than a few people would have a hard time adjusting at first, and of course there's the dreaded 'paywall' that kept SteamShock from taking off in the beginning. Add in (or attempt to) the current field gimmicks like portals and blackholes and you lower the odds of people playing/liking the game even further. Despite this, I would still play it. At the very least, I would give it a chance. There have been plenty of good artillery games in the past that were 3D; Cannonballs and Worms3D to name a couple. From them, we know that the game would be possible and playable. A long list of things would need to be tweaked and changed, or removed outright, but that's just how it goes I guess; we know several things were changed or removed in the jump between SSL1 to SSL2, and more between SSL2 to SteamShock. Several other things might not be possible depending on how the development is executed, for example driving onto the side of a hill and stabbing someone on the other side with Sword. That's just my thinking though.