Post-apocaliptyc turn-based strategy game development (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)

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  1. Snake Plissken

    Snake Plissken New Member

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    Project Codename: AtA
    Goal: Developing a 2D turn-based strategy/RPG game set in a post-apocalyptic world to be then sold on Steam and other distribution channels. The game will include original ideas that will distinguish it from the rest of the market and include innovative features and mechanics.
    Philosophy: the game will be equally owned by each part of the team, which will receive an equal share of the profits coming from sales.
    Current Status: Development Started.
    Engine: Game Maker Studio 2
    Target platform: Windows; others to be discussed.

    Currently the team includes 1 game designer / writer and 1 programmer.
    We need 1 additional programmer, 1 graphic artist and 1 audio artist.

    We require the team members to be highly motivated and passionate, to have sufficient time to dedicate to the project and to be highly determined to go to the bottom of the project.

    If interested, please write to me in private covering the following:
    1) Personal information
    2) What are your skills and capabilities
    3) Previous experience
    4) Motivations
    5) Time available to dedicate to the project expressed as hours per week

    An NDA will be required to share more information.

    Thanks
    S.P.
     

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