Greek mythology inspired otome game

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by Yuzuki, Feb 9, 2022.

  1. Yuzuki

    Yuzuki New Member

    Feb 9, 2022
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    You have skills but you're busy? You always wanted to help making some game but never knew where to start?
    If yes then this place is for you!
    I'm looking for a friendly team of people, willing to work with me on otome game (plot driven dating simulator) loosely inspired by greek mythology, hopefully for pc and nintendo switch.
    Unfortunately it's an unpaid job, though if we manage to make profit, we're going to share it fairly.

    If you're still reading, then I'd be really happy to introduce you to the plot.

    On a small island, Vitria, time shatters like a glass the moment orphaned girl Kosmos touches the ground. As it goes on, rewinds and repeats, only a few notice.
    There are only 7 days before everything falls apart.

    Now then, I'm looking for people to fill those roles:
    1. Programmers: you know how to use ren py or anything else? You're a god
    2. Background artist
    3. Designer (menu, patterns, logos, effects etc)
    4. Sound effects and music
    5. Editor
    6. Marketing
    Hope to hear from you soon!
  2. Iestyn

    Iestyn New Member

    Oct 3, 2021
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    I am a music composer. I don't usually work for free but will consider revenue share where it is an interesting project and your game concept sounds interesting from what you have put in your post.

    I can write in any style or genre to suite a specific project and have written music professionally for games as well as film and TV.

    You can hear some of my music on Soundcloud

    If you like what you hear and want to get in touch you can send me a friend request on Discord: Iestyn#9278



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