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Recreate Zelda - Ocarina of Time

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Hi,

I am new in the website, but I've been forwarded here by one of my friends. Thank you for welcoming me to your great community. Here is the topic I want to share with you:

I was starting to work on a project to recreate Zelda Ocarina of Time, same story, but with different engines and better environements. Also, I wanted it to be more mature, and darker. And I have no skills on designing 3D environnements, even though I have been trying to get used to it for a few weeks (Maya, which is completly out of my reach, and UDK, more simple but still). On the other hand, I can draw modifications to existing environements or characters, like artworks if you want.
I know this is really a big thing, and that it could last a very long time, but as I'm wandering in Hyrule, I can't thing about anything else than how great the game would look like with high graphics...
Anyway I'm looking for interested and motivated people, motivated because I have no money to offer.
I hope this won't seem too crazy...

Thanks in advance.

JEREMY

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I don't recommend this, at all.
There's no commercial value since it would be blatant violation of copyright law. Most people of talent will not work on a project for free, even if it is to update an excellent and ancient video game.

My recommendation is to try to create a game with similar game mechanics, but with your own story and characters, and with intent to sell it. That may attract people.

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Gamedev does not allow fangames or fanfaction to be discussed or promoted in the forum due to legal and ethical concerns. There's nothing wrong with studying an existing game as a basis for designing your own game, but using someone else's story, level design, puzzle design, etc. is theft.

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