Retro Remake

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by BoyScout, Apr 27, 2016.

  1. BoyScout

    BoyScout New Member

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    need some assistance with a project. I'm doing the coding/programming.

    I need someone people who are okay with helping for a freeware project. Happy to do profit share down the track in my next project. But this one is a freeware remake. I will be primarily be working in the 8-Bit, 16-bit retro game style for now.

    I need help with Sprite Ripping from a Snes title. I also need help extracting music from the Rom Image that can be either original midi or reconstruction.

    Not an original title, but a remake. If interested please inbox me.
     
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    I should mention this is purely and educational project, and only violating IP for a short period of time.
     
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    What game are we talking about?
     
  5. BoyScout

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    Im doing a game based of Super Nintendo game WWF Royal Rumble. I am combining all of the characters from WWF Royal Rumble, WWF Raw, WWF Super Wrestlmania and WWF Rage in the Cage to make a massive remake game. I'm also adding in some new game and match features.
     

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