[Rev-share or Hire] Programmers and artists needed for 2D game

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by somakun, Feb 27, 2019.

  1. somakun

    somakun New Member

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    Hi everyone,

    We're looking to release a 2D sim game in the next few months and then do a potential kickstarter if there is interest.

    We already have a director, composer, writer and developer on board who are dedicated to see an initial demo version of the game through at the very least. At the moment we are looking to take on programmers and artists who have skills in:

    1) GAME DEVELOPMENT/PROGRAMMING: 1 or 2 developers who can help with the core game development and programming. We ideally need someone who will be able to confidently program in Python, C++ or a relevant game engine

    2) 2D ARTIST: 1 or 2 artists who will be able to draw the 2D art, animate sprites and do UI/UX design

    As we are still in the early stages, anyone we take on board may still be able to participate on key decisions and are also welcome to give their own suggestions to improve the game!

    Volunteers are welcome, and we are looking to do rev-share model.

    However we are also considering professional developers and artists, hence please let us know the rates you charge when applying.

    Please PM me or post your portfolio here if interested!

    Thanks!
     
  2. megaoy

    megaoy New Member

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    what type art you want, have any style or reference to tell
     

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