Group Gathering

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by MiniTurtle, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. MiniTurtle

    MiniTurtle New Member

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    Hello,
    I am starting an online game development group. I am searching for member's. We are going to create an multiplayer space ship game for group practice. Can not give more detail about the game for the moment. We will be developing for the windows platform only. Later we will move onto a bigger project that I have planned. The plans are, that the space ship game will be free but the "bigger project" will be sold for a small price. You will not get paid for the first project if we do not sell it. If we ever get to the second project, sell it, and make money out of it then you will be getting your paycheck guaranteed, but for now lets focus on getting the group together. This project also works as a great resume for you in a future job. This would be a learning expierience for all of us.

    I will be working in the programmer's field with about 6 year's of experience.

    Requirement's:
    -Passion for games
    -3 year's of experience in your field
    -Windows, Vista or 7
    -Ability to communicate in the english language
    -Plus the abilities specified below concerning your field

    Game Artist
    -2D and/or 3D
    -Scripting (Bonus)

    Level Designer
    -Lua (Bonus)

    Programmer
    -C++
    -DirectX 10
    -Networking (Bonus)
    -Lua (Bonus)

    Web Developer
    -HTML
    -PHP
    -Java (Bonus)

    Composer / Audio engineering

    If you are interested in creating a game, email me at sami.m@elisanet.fi

    What to write in the email?
    -Your name
    -What field you would like to work in
    -List your knowledge in your field and game development
    -Write a short description why you would like to join the group
    -Include sample concerning your field (Bonus)
     
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  3. Musenik

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    You might try on http://forums.tigsource.com/

    They're more of rough and ready bunch. This is more of a place for pros sharing tips and stories and slagging TIGsource. (just kidding)
     
  4. Applewood

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    I couldn't apply anyway. I'm running on XP so my 25 years of game programming experience is moot. :)
     
  5. MiniTurtle

    MiniTurtle New Member

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    thanks for the tip I will check it out
     
  6. MiniTurtle

    MiniTurtle New Member

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    Yeah DirectX 10 is the devil! :)
     
  7. Grey Alien

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    Will a passion for correct apostrophe usage get me in your group? ;-p
     
  8. Desktop Gaming

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    You too, huh? Does my head in when folks think anywhere there's an S needs an apostrophe as well.
     
  9. Adrian Lopez

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    Hmm...

    As seen on QI.
     

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