Looking for a UNITY 3D Programmer for AI. Any language!

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by GotCybered, Feb 21, 2017.

  1. GotCybered

    GotCybered New Member

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    Hi there!

    I'm currently working on a game called Trail on the Unity3D engine. And I'm attempting to look for a programmer for any language ( C#, Java, etc.)

    For anyone who's willing to help along, If the game's AI functions properly from how I see it, I'll make the game sell-able and I'll profit share the game for whoever wishes to help with the scripts! The game is a horror game, so that's interesting to say and work with in my POV.

    The game is something new I'd say, it has a different play style from other horror games other than finding keys and such. It's more of a suspense game!

    For the game's programmer (Who's interested!)

    - Game Mechanic's. (Only a few.)
    - Player Controller. (Button pressing and such.)
    - AI. ( This one is a bit difficult, which Is why I'm also here, haha.)

    I've been searching for sometime, I've had music, Voice Actors, etc.. I'm just eager to see where this goes. I am able to send the game files over to help along on all cases if that'd be helpful. Which I'm sure it is. But if anyone can help with this situation, it would be pleasing.

    Email- nuttinbutlazy@gmail.com
    Skype - gettingcybered@gmail.com
     

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