I’m currently playing Divine Divinity (RPG, PC), and I’m utterly fascinated by the ability to just move random things around the landscape, such as boulders, chairs, barrels, treasure chests, stacks of hay, etc. And they actually stay there, even if you leave the area or quit the game and come back later! You can even move (and carry!) containers to store your crap.
I currently reside in a house (well, I’m essentially squatting in the abode of a murdered citizen), and I’ve taken to carrying random containers from around the game world, teleporting back to my house, and essentially decorating my interior. Now I have about 10 containers around my bed, where I organize all my junk in a way that makes sense to me. Whenever I need something, I just teleport in, grab it, sleep, then teleport back. I must admit, I started out using barrels as containers, but I’ve gradually replaced them with nicer looking golden vases, painstakingly moving the stored items from one container to another. It’s a little disturbing, but hey, it’s my house. I’ve always wanted to be an interior designer.
Another nice little treat is that some animals in this game world hunt each other. I’ve seen random cats hunting rabbits and mice, and the chase (if I follow) sometimes lasts several screens. Eventually the prey succombs and its corpse litters the field. :eek: