|Looking for a Java dev who knows Slick...
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|Author:||greenglue [ Tue Sep 13, 2011 12:19 am ]|
|Post subject:||Looking for a Java dev who knows Slick...|
I have an AWESOME game idea and a great artist and together we are making a game, I do have a Java dev now but am looking for another one as he doesn't know Slick at all. If you know how to use Slick and would be willing to make an RPG styled, 2D, Dungeon-Crawl themed game, PLEASE contact me ASAP via PM. Also, from the start the game will be free, we then will probably make it abount $5.00 USD, so from the start there will be no pay, if we decide not to make it paid, then you will essentially be working for free...but that shouldn't be a problem since its the enjoyment that counts...
Game Idea: 2D, side-scrolling game, called Diamond, you start in a house, get FORCED into a dungeon by a evil being...there are multiple 'levels' so there would be level1 then boss 1, maybe a total of 4 levels. At the end you get you Diamond which is vital for humanity, if there will be multiple patches, then each patch would have a new 'level'.
|Author:||Tommy [ Tue Sep 13, 2011 6:53 am ]|
|Author:||greenglue [ Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:22 am ]|
|Author:||raeleus [ Tue Sep 13, 2011 4:40 pm ]|
You should watch this video:
|Author:||R.D. [ Tue Sep 13, 2011 5:38 pm ]|
|Author:||greenglue [ Tue Sep 13, 2011 7:20 pm ]|
|Author:||davedes [ Tue Sep 13, 2011 8:38 pm ]|
Sorry to be harsh, but you need to get a better artist. That tileset is terrible.
I suggest the following:
- Write out a . Be as detailed as possible.
- Buy a web domain and web host that can handle a game of this magnitude.
- Hire a professional or semi-professional game artist.
- Hire a professional or semi-professional web master.
- Hire a professional or semi-professional web designer.
- Hire a professional or semi-professional sound effects editor.
- Hire a professional or semi-professional musician.
Once you have all that done, shoot me a PM. If you pay me, I'll consider being your programmer.
Want a cheaper alternative? Learn to do this stuff yourself, and make your own game instead of asking others to make it for you for free. It's very easy to pick up a book and start programming.
|Author:||Tebriel [ Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:32 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Looking for a Java dev who knows Slick...|
I think the tileset's fine for a simple free game.
I don't think you "need" pros either, treat it as a learning experience if that's what your experience level is. In a not-for-profit effort hiring isn't likely to happen, or needed. Of course, the chances of success and actually finishing are very low too. But if you like what you're doing, worst thing that can happen is that it'll be a learning experience.
A design document is a must though.
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