Programmer for Unity 2D Video Game Project
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PLEASE READ BEFORE RESPONDING. Intent is to create a 2D game using Unity to easily be able port to other devices. Looking to make it good enough to get ported to PSN, iOS and published on Steam. I need a reliable and skilled programmer working with sprites. This is a big project and will take patience.
2D Sprites, level design, story, music and sound effects will be provided as to your specifications when completed.
You will need to be able to handle all the below:
Genre: Beat em up/RPG (Example: Streets of Rage meets Castlevania) with higher resolution sprites.
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Main character will move and fight on levels connected to one big map, like Castlevania. Some characters will give you missions to complete. Areas will be closed until you beat the boss. Elevators, escalators and stairs will be used to move up the map. When the character punches, the amount of damage is shown numbered. The character will level up. Ideally, weapons will also feature. Long weapons (baseball bats) and short (knifes) with different ATK values.
Ideally the game will be at least couple hours long.
You will do all the programming. Most important is the fighting must play well. Frame timing, AI and level design will be tweaked as needed so the game is fun and plays well. As the game designer I will try to tell you exactly what I want.
Need after support when the game gets published and you will be paid a bonus if the game makes its money back. If it does, I will work with you to create another game.
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