Looking for Construct2 Programmer and Pixel Artist

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by GtheDev, May 9, 2018.

  1. GtheDev

    GtheDev New Member

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    Hello, this is beta v0.3.4 of our first game and we are looking for people who are goal oriented, hard working, communicates well and completes tasks in a timely manner. If this sounds like you, view our game, see if it interest you and send me a pm.

    https://gthedev.itch.io/world-ender-beta-v024

    We are looking to expand out team, to include another programmer and another artist. We have a lot of plans for the game and because of how large it is we need more help. This position is not paid, but will look good in a portfolio. The game currently has 5.5k views on itch where we test the game. Upon finished release we will be releasing it on Kongregate with the hopes to one day release it on steam.

    If the game makes money in the future, you will be paid a percentage of that earning based on how much you contributed. As of now, the game is free to play with no intention of in game purchases.

    Artist: Will be required to create pixel art which includes ships, weapons, planets, and unique bosses.

    Programmer: Will Assist me in adding events, streamlining content, voicing his/her opinion, creating snippets of code to implement, and debugging.

    The game currently has over 1000 events. With game completion at approximately 10%. We look forward to hearing back from you.
     
  2. VultureGD

    VultureGD New Member

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    Hello there,

    I'd be interested in helping you with the art on this project. Variety would be very fun to do and implement.

    Thanks.
     

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