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Hello, I'm a game development expert with an in-depth knowledge of Computer Game Artificial Intelligence and game design. With my 4+ year experience I believe and confident that I can conveniently meet your desired game specifications. I have spearheaded the design of one of the most complex components and architecture of core systems and game systems for various games. I specialize in applying an understanding of the various data structures and algorithms used in real-time applications to write codes and also applying software engineering principles and practices to create relevant software. I can help create your simple 2D endless and open ended runner (car and bicycle alike) game which can be upgraded to 3D version as may be preferred by you. I have a track record of meeting customers' specification and deadlines. If you are really looking for a user-friendly game with unique features then you are definitely at the right place. I am here to help make your dream come true. Just contact me immediately, I am always at your service. Best Regards.
Hello My name is Robert (GTM-5). I have developed many puzzle games and card games with multiplayer mode. For such type of games is very important to have intuitive and funny user interface. I know how to generate a grid of chars to emulate difficulties levels. Just for example: the following things may emulate difficulties levels in the game: crossing words, making words shorter, use rare used words. What is entertain people more in such type of games are music, graphic and animation. I do not understand in music much, but I know resources with a lot of good free music. I know many good examples of such games and we can take the best ideas to implement them in your game. I suppose that you want this game be available for iOS and Android devices - which I can do. If you need Windows Mobile then I cannot help here unfortunately. I have many ideas and would glad to share them with you if you wish. The right way to launch any game is: 1) think about functionality and make a list of features (you should do it, I can give some ideas); 2) make mockups and describe all pages/screens (I can do it); 3) prepare creative (this is job od a designer); 4) create a short prototype (I can do it, it is easy); 5) start a development (my job). I think one phase will be enough I like such projects, because they require some creative skills and professionalism, which I have. My hourly rate is $35/hr and I am available 20hr next month. Let me know if you decide to hire me. I would like to have a short Skype conversation with you just to show my expertise in this field. Thank you and have a nice day, sir!!!
Hello, nice work guys, congratulation! I am game developer since 2010. I developed within a team such games like Mystic Saga and Pocamon Online. I saw that you did much things, bug it still looks too rough for launch: from UI and performance standpoints. I like such projects, because they require many skills and experience to run a great game. I looked at you web site and made a list of points which should be improved before go live: - user interface, it would be great to look at your UX mockups - performance, you can utilize Canvas Engine library - error processing - make it more interactive, less clicks and buttons. - add drag and drop functionality What DB do you use? I would recommend MondoDB or CouchDB, but MySQL/Postgre is good too. I have good experience not only in coding, but designing databases for loading projects, making UX/UI mockups and scale app using shards I am so excited to participate in this project, because I can share my great experience with your team. But anyway, my usual rate is $55/hr which is definitely high for you, so you can hire me just for analyzing or leading this project - which takes less time, but helps your team to learn from me. I can spend 16h per week. It was nice to see your offer, sir. I wish good luck you and your project!!! Regards, William Smith