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Hello! My name is Raj Sharma and I am working on an 2D, oldschool puzzle game. It''s based on a classic NES game called "Adventures of Lolo". I am working on this game for experience because I am 20 and hope to enter the game industry in a few years. When I started it, I had no idea it would be so much fun, but everyone seems to love the game and one of our artists even went so far as to design a t-shirt with a monster that he drew on the back of it! We''re 2 weeks away from releasing the game as freeware, but one of the two pixel artists just told me he''d be really busy with his job, so now we''re desperately in need of some help! Since the game is freeware, I''m sorry I can''t pay you, but what I can promise is that we''ll get this game done. I chose a puzzle game since it''s fun, yet simple enough that it''s easy to program. Our game engine is finished, and we''re looking pretty good in the sound, music, and level design departments. But we just need help with art! So, if you''re looking for some experience, or you''re going to get a paid job but you want something to put on your portfolio, please consider helping with this project! If you are interested, you can check out our website: http://www.ews.uiuc.edu/~rsharma/projects/bobo/ Also, here is a demo (requires DirectX 8) which I made on August 20th: http://www.ews.uiuc.edu/~rsharma/projects/bobo/demo2.zip For instructions on how to use the demo, you can unzip demo2.zip and then read the readme.html inside the \readme directory. If you might like to help out, please e-mail me at rsharma@uiuc.edu! Thank you very much, Raj

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