The mid-2000s were a magical time for the LAN party. Half Life 2 modding was just starting up. Warcraft 3 was giving us new games to play like Tower Defense and DotA. And Battlefield 1942 mods let you fight as a pirate or fly a helicopter before it was cool.
The night would start with a good dose of pizza and soda and then it was time to play some weird game your buddy Stephen heard about on an obscure modding forum. It might have taken a couple hours to get everyone patched up and modded but it was worth it.
Part of the inspiration of Future Perfect is recreating that LAN party feel. Minus the patching. And you will have to take care of the pizza. The logistics of ordering pizza for the whole Future Perfect community is several orders of magnitude more complicated than for a LAN party.
Anyway, let me explain:
An intuitive editor makes it easy to throw together a simple game idea.