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[PAID] Looking for programmer/developer/someone to put together a 2D game

JorReno

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Hello,
I don't know much about making games. All I know is the following;
1. I have all the sprites, art, splash pages, music, sound effects, and story for the game.
2. I'm willing to pay someone to throw it all into a playable game.

If I'm in the wrong place, feel free to point me in the right direction.

ceosol

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Hi Jor, you are in the right place. I and a couple of others do some contract game development. What sort of game are you looking for? Platformer? Card game? Top-down RPG? Puzzle game? Physics game?

Since you are talking about having a "story", I'm guessing it would be an RPG. Depending on content, that could be a big undertaking for a programmer.

JorReno

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Thanks for your reply.

The game is a 2D isometric adventure game. Mouse based. 10 Levels.

By story... I mean an opening text crawl... and that's it.

In my mind, it is a very simple game.

ceosol

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Unfortunately isometric is not entirely simple to do. Here are a few of my prototypes:

One of my first tests for isometric movement in a mobile game using touch instead of joystick: http://www.stencyl.com/game/play/30542

Car racing: http://www.stencyl.com/game/play/35417 (made in 1.5 hours)

Infinite labyrinth using math instead of collisions (on the bottom side of the path): http://www.stencyl.com/game/play/33126

Not exactly isometric - made in 48 hours for LD so didn't have time to flesh out graphics: http://www.stencyl.com/game/play/31933

Looks like top-down now, but will be isometric eventually: http://www.stencyl.com/game/play/34182 (map created during adventurejam)

ceosol

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merrak does some isometric work: http://community.stencyl.com/index.php/topic,41034.0.html

as does Dincicode: http://community.stencyl.com/index.php/topic,49776.0.html

I have not seen any others working with isometric 2D.

JorReno

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Thanks for the info.

Do you know if those two users are open to paid work?

Any other communities you think I should try? YoYoGames perhaps?

ceosol

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I don't know if they do contracts. If you feel like chatting about the game, feel free to contact me: ceosol.feedback@gmail.com

Dincicode

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The worst thing about this is that I was free for a project back than. I wonder why the guy never contacted me.