[Rev-Share] Seeking Team for JRPG Made in Unity

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  1. ItsKhanny

    ItsKhanny New Member

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    Project Angel

    Project Angel is a JRPG developed in Unity that hopes to create not only a game that others will love, but a story that is both believable and fun to follow along with. Taking hints from games like Persona and Final Fantasy, we hope to create our own entry in this genre.

    Following along 5 unique characters, Project Angel takes place in the fictional world of Gaia.
    An endless war between Humans and Demons is starting to heat up as the Demon Hunters, known as Seraphs, start to notice strange and dangerous behaviors from the Demons.

    Along with this post, the first playable build of the game has been released and shows that this isn't just an idea with no backing to it.
    Here's the link to the build: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vPdUnPU4klDZmz-gJcIMuJGF4ZT32rWa/view?usp=sharing

    Currently I am the only person in this team attempting to create this game and hopefully I can find like-minded people that share the same passion as me.

    To start off with this post, I am looking for people that can start shaping the game, but everyone that wants to apply can, even if your position isn't included.

    I'm looking for:
    C# Programmers
    C# AI Programmer
    Conceptual Artist
    3D Environmental Artist
    3D Character Artist
    UI/UX Artist
    Narrative Copywriter (Story)

    If you are interested in the project, please contact me below with your portfolio so I may review it and decide.
    Email: peckjakob54@gmail.com
    Discord: Jakboob#3863

    Here are screenshots of the game if you don't want to check out the build
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