[Programmer needed] Business Management Game PC

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by CheersBros, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. CheersBros

    CheersBros New Member

    Jan 18, 2015
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    Hello all! We are currently looking for a programmer (Unity) to take part in our game project. As we are a start up with little capital, a revenue share position shall only be offered at the moment. If you are determined, willing to learn and gain new experiences, this is the project for you. The game is a 3D low poly, casual coop business management game in top down view, where each player has the role to manage different functions of a business, hence teamwork is very important (a bit like restaurant city, running with rifles, Sims…). This will be a simple game which consists mostly of click controls and interconnected systems (money, inventory, stocks..), so the programming aspect of this game should be relatively straightforward.

    We hope to get the game up and running by August, launch a Kickstarter to raise some funds and finally publish the game onto Steam in the long run. What we require from you is constant communication (Skype), with frequent weekly calls to discuss progress and tasks, taking part in decision making and teamwork.

    Right now we are a team of 3 (2 artists and 1 manager). We have already begun developing in game assets and are ready to begin the programming as well to start putting everything together. If interested, please message me here or on Skype (tehnoobish123). I’d be more than happy to share our progress, screenshots and game details with you on Skype. Thanks and have a nice day!

    In game characters (customers)

    Workers (employees)

    In game assets (cashier)

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