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Raz

Artist Postions 3D RPG(Fantasy Medieval)

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Hi, Our current project: -Medieval Fantasy Linear RPG -3D immersive -Platforms=Windows 95+ and maybe Linux -Single Player -Planning on a 24 month budget for Final Product -Requiring Graphical Hardware Acceleration Our Coders need background in: -C++ -DirectX/OpenGl -3D Graphics Engine experience is a plus Our Artists (preferably) need proficiency in: -3D Studio Max -Maya -Character Development -Character Animation We also have an opening for one more Musician/Audio Developer. We need someone good, with lots of experience, and sample music we could...sample . Atleast before making our decision. We are looking for a handful of programmers, and about 2-3 Artists. We are a recently created team looking to form a company. There are currently 7 of us. 2 Designers, 3 Artists, 2 Programmers. We have an amazing story, an almost completed graphics engine, and an original battle-system under development that has never before been featured in any RPG. Our game will be something to parallel the Final Fantasy genre, Legend of Legaia, and other recent RPGs for the gaming console and PC. We are looking for long term team members to stay with the company. Relocation is not necessary. We are partially based out of MI, but have team members in other states, such as our Lead Artist in NY. Our communication is currently performed over ICQ and email, but in the near future we will be developing a networked environment to speed up project development and communication. If you have experience, talent, and you are willing to continue to learn and persevere, we''re looking for you on our team. Please reply to this post and/or email me with something about yourself, your experience, and perhaps some examples or previous work you could show me. Again, we''re looking for serious developers. Please do not reply to this post if you are not interested. Thank you for your time. Raz Email: mergianhouse@provide.net
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I would recommend that you repost this message in the "Help Wanted" forum, and then delete it from here.

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Just trying to reach a wider range of developers. If you look, you can see there is already one posted in the help wanted section. It seems that the one I posted in the DirectX/OpenGL section was moved already, heh. Now there is two posts with the exact same content in the help wanted section...oh well.


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