Coder looking for 2D artist

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by velenz, Jul 31, 2014.

  1. velenz

    velenz New Member

    Apr 4, 2014
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    Good day,

    I am programmer with 10+ years of experience, but only recently have discovered gamedev world. While studying game engines and making few small games I have suddenly realized that it's actually possible to implement anything I want. But all big things should start somewhere, so for two months I've been working on a 2D platformer. Right now for fun, but who knows what it will become?

    The game is planned to be not hard, mostly for casual players. I want to create a strong lore and immersive atmosphere, kind of a game that tells a story. Think "Blackthorne" with rich storyline in a fantasy multiverse, full of demons, angels and other creatures hopping from planet to planet in different dimensions, stopping in limbo for a tea break.

    What I have now:

    • Working game mechanics, implemented on Unity3D
    • Game's world lore
    • Game design and storyline
    • Complete design of first world levels

    What I am looking for:
    • Somebody to develop characters, create game assets (sprites) and backgrounds.
    • Optional: Partake in designing the world, lore and levels
    • Optional: Help me to rewrite monologues/dialogs into proper English (Which is not my mothertongue and I would like to avoid embarrassing mistakes)
    • Optional: Anything else you want to offer

    Please contact me at dr.bormenthal at
    Attach your portfolio/previous works and just generally tell about yourself.


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