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GET PAID TO PROGRAM A MUGEN GAME (Read 661 times)

Started by dirkdiddler666, February 24, 2021, 12:00:34 PM
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GET PAID TO PROGRAM A MUGEN GAME
#1  February 24, 2021, 12:00:34 PM
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I AM LOOKING FOR A PROGRAMMER TO ASSIST IN PRODUCING A MUGEN GAME THAT WILL CONTAIN ORIGINAL CONTENT

-All character sprites, music, sounds and special fx sprites will be provided.

-Must be familiar with programming a mortal kombat style fighting game with a few modifications.

-Also looking for anyone who can produce a screenpack that fits the description of the brief that will be provided to applicants.


####PAYMENT WILL BE DISCUSSED BETWEEN APPLICANTS AND MYSELF BUT EXPECT PAYMENT SIZE TO BE AT LEAST A COUPLE OF HUNDRED DOLLARS###

I really hope some of you will help with this project its been a dream of mine and some friends to have something like this done so please dont hesitate to message me hopefully it will be a lot of fun and people will enjoy the creation
Re: GET PAID TO PROGRAM A MUGEN GAME
#2  February 24, 2021, 12:54:35 PM
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Hi, I'd just like to give you some advice tips from someone who has already worked in commissioned projects, that can help you in getting more potential applicants

1) Provide some details on the total number of characters and average sprite number for your project. This could easily help if a candidate has to code 5 chars or 50.
2) Provide a few sprites of the characters or a mockup of the visual aspect the game will take. Is the project based on photorealistic characters (Mortal Kombat), sprite-drawn (Street Fighter 2/KOF) or hand-drawn comic style or chibi characters? You are going to get more candidates if they know which art style is the game going to be.
3) A couple of hundred dollars is on the really low price range depending on the complexity of the game, hence why you need to refer to points #1 and #2. If your project is a 5 chibi character simple game, with 2-3 moves per characters, it may be "ok" for some coders, but if you want a MK-clone game with 12 or more characters and complex mechanics, you will need to add at least an extra digit to your offering.

Having said that, good luck on your project!
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