Looking for a few assets to a game dev team!

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by IAmJam, Dec 10, 2017.

  1. IAmJam

    IAmJam New Member

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    Hello, I am decently new to Game development (meaning I currently have no work to show, though I do have some experience in coding), but I am looking to put together a small team of people who would be willing to work for free (though there will be revenue sharing if it goes well), for a very interesting visual novel style game. At the moment I am looking for an artist, a story developer, and somebody with enough programming knowledge in GameMaker studio to help me keep my code together. I already have a few main key elements in mind for Gameplay, and for story, though I need some work finalizing everything. So if you would like to help out, email me at jamcraft230@gmail.com or private message me on here.

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  2. Audioscope

    Audioscope New Member

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    Hi i am an electronic music composer i have not worked with a game before but have over 12 years experience in producing, composing and performing various styles. I would be willing to work for 'free' as am looking to get into this field and the credit on a game title holds value to me.
    Here is some examples of my work. I make a varied style of music and would be able compose something suitable given the specifications and vision of the game. Email me beatzandfreqz@gmail.com if you wish to contact me.











     

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