I want someone to modify an open source game in Objective-C for the iPhone/iPad that uses cocos2d. The game is called TweeJump and it is currently only for the iPhone. To convert it to work for the iPad you would need to create a new sprite sheet with the iPad's resolution and either use the iPad sprite or the iPhone sprite. I have some graphics in high resolution that I want to use for this game, which is going to be called PenguinHop. I have some graphics for the platforms, the background, and the character which is jumping. The opensource tweejump also has all the graphics you need to have the game working on the iPhone. So I want this game to work on the iPad and the iPhone. I want it to be themed as a "PenguinHop" game with the stock photo graphics I provide you instead of TweeJump's graphics. Tweejump url: [url removed, login to view] Also there is a flash and desktop tool that can be used to generate sprite sheets given a bunch of sample images, so you may want to use that. [url removed, login to view] There is some graphic design work in creating the platforms and other graphics so they look good based my source graphics. If you need any more graphics or have questions let me know. You don't have to worry about supporting horizontal landscape mode in this version, just portrait; although that would be nice to have.
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