Create a customizable Chess game on Facebook using Unity [ [url removed, login to view] ]

- Create a top-down view, customizable Chess game on Facebook using Unity [ [url removed, login to view] ].

- Study this prototype of the game carefully: [ [url removed, login to view] ]

- Message me to get the password.

- The game is for 2 players or 1 player VS AI. Do not create your own AI Chess engine, use Google and find an open source one you can modify quickly.

- Use placeholder sound and audio files. You do not have to create and design any of them, i will do that myself.

- For Facebook integration, you can use a plugin from the Unity Asset Store. Do not create your own from scratch.

- Connect the game to a server.

- Create a database.

- You must show me were to place image and audio files in the code so i may customize them myself later on.

- All code must be properly and clearly commented with instructions on what each section of code does and how to use it.

- The game must not have any disruptive or crippling bugs.

- Another programmer will be hired to inspect your work before payment is released just to make sure your work is of good quality.

- You must specify what your price is on each feature of the project just in case i have to drop some features to cut down the cost.

Skills: C Programming, Facebook Marketing, Game Design, MySQL, Unity 3D

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