We need the services of a software developer who has experience with casino games like blackjack, roulette, poker, video poker, craps, etc.
We would like to build interactive casino game tutorials/simulations that can walk players through various casino games in a step by step fashion, explaining the games, how they work and teaching the player how to play them. The tutorials/simulations should allow the player to "play" the games at certain intervals by allowing him/her to make moves (ie. draw a card, roll the dice, pull the slots lever). The idea is to teach the player what moves are legal, illegal, good, bad, etc so the player then has a basic understanding of how the game works and how to play it.
The tutorials should probably last between 5 and 15 minutes and should take the player through all or most common game scenarios and options that a player might encounter in a real-life game situation. For example: a blackjack game tutorial should walk the player through scenarios like 'insurance', 'card splitting', when it might be a good idea to 'stand' or 'hit', etc. The player should be taken through the most common situations and scenarios a few times so the player can practice certain moves and options.
The game tutorials/simulations could simply be created via software development or via some sort of presentation/slideshow program that allows the player to click on various areas of the slideshow or presentation. Clicking on different areas of the image/slide/frame would cause a different image/slide/frame to be displayed explaining the result the player's move has had on the game.
The tutorials must be usable online via our website without the player needing to download any software. We will naturally need the individual tutorial/simulation file source codes but would also like encrypted versions of the games so we can offer the encrypted versions to other webmasters.
We would like the tutorials/simulations to be usable via smart phones and mobile devices like the ipad and samsung galaxy.
We will have full ownership rights to the work. You will be paid to develop the tutorials/simulations but will relinguish all rights to the work upon payment from us and will not be entitled to any further payments, bonuses or royalties.
The first game tutorial we would like to develop is a blackjack tutorial.
Our budget is on a per game basis. Your bid needs to be on a per game basis [url removed, login to view] should reflect what you intend to charge to develop 1 game tutorial. We can then pay you each time a new tutorial is finished and submitted to us.
Applicants with demonstrated experience or those able to demonstrate their skills and abilities will be highly favoured.
Please feel free to contact us should you have any queries.