|Putting together a new team||Locked|
|Aug 27 2013, 8:23am Anchor|
I'm here to put together a game development team!
What's the team all about?
One of the first goals with the team, would be to get together and agree on an idea for a game, and from there develop a strong game design, and a working prototype shortly after.
The game design might be organized, or lead by a single person, but big decisions will be made by the entire team.
If the product we develop becomes polished enough, we will aim towards some sort of commercial release down the road, but as of now, there aren't any plans for this.
We will be using the free license for the Unity game engine for development.
Communication will happen mainly on two platforms, we will most likely run a constant skype conversation, where we can get in touch directly with the other team members, and we will use a forum, where we'll have the bigger discussions, and most likely rehash information from skype conversations, so that everyone can be in the loop.
What we need from you.
Jack of all trades are welcome! There are going to be a lot of work to go around, and at times we will need different things done, having someone that's flexible with what they can do will be a huge plus on a small team like this.
We don't need any 'idea guys', everyone on the team are encouraged to come up with new ideas, and critically discuss old ones.
We do respect how busy people can get, people have jobs, school and other real life commitments.
Thanks for reading (if you're still here), and I hope that you'll consider joining us!
Edit: If you're interested in joining, you can either send me a PM, reply to this thread, or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Edited by: PolarnE
casf01 Rigger / tech artist
|Aug 27 2013, 8:51am Anchor|
what's the amount of work expected then?
|Aug 27 2013, 11:16am Anchor|
Well, as of now it's not a full time thing since nobody is getting paid, so I guess the amount of work really is up to yourself, as long as you're involved.
It's not a day time job, but creating a game would be the goal, and to have a team filled with people that essentially aren't doing anything is kind of counterproductive.
If it comes to that however, I think it's usually the case that the person doesn't actually want to be part of the team.
I also edited the OP to clarify this a bit.
Edited by: PolarnE
|Aug 28 2013, 5:33am Anchor|
Great Post my friend, I wish you the best.
|Aug 28 2013, 7:52pm Anchor|
This is exactly what I was looking for. For a short introduction, my name is Freddy, I'm 18 years old, I'm not a good programmer, but I've learned a lot from different programming languanges in the last few years. I'm looking for experience in the area, I'm willing to be cooperative and put all the effort my free time would allow me in any project we'll be working on. I'd appreciate if you send me an e-mail than a PM.
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