I am working on building a text-based in-browser empire building game. The screen will be split into a console and an EXTREMELY rough vector map of your empire (just squares in a bigger square). Commands such as building and expanding would be typed into the console and automatically reflected in the map. Would there be any market for such a game? Would anyone want to play? To clarify, it would be online and everyone's empire would be in the same 'world'.
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There is a 'Roguelike' market (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roguelike) but they tend to be free games. Even with no graphics, it wont matter if its fun people will play.