I have that desire. But I'll be honest, when no one's interested in what you're doing, it's incredibly hard to find motivation. I made a post on this a few months ago, and there have been a couple of threads. But I do plenty of creative stuff--writing novels, making music. And I still plug away at it. But when you mention it to someone IRL and they're like "meh," it's really hard to have any desire to do it. I always have the ideas. I've been played 999 and VLR and thinking something like that (retaining information over different choices and different "worldlines") would be awesome for a more free-form game where the player's retaining the information, rather than a character automatically doing it. I still have my idea for a puzzle/walking sim/"dialog" simulator with four endings where the first one outright tricks the player (but they can avoid it if they figure it out). I still have the idea for a game that's basically real AI acting in a breathing world. I have a VN idea (that I've written one scene for) that revolves around the player encountering these characters of various moral decay and having the choice to kill them or not, then later at the end "passing" or "failing" based on the decision they made. But I'm busy almost all the time, and I could be playing VLR, and I'm never going to show my games to anyone even if I complete them, so...so what? Just put it off until the fancy strikes me.