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[color=#ff8c00]Offical Website: Metal Impact
[color=#ffffff]As we work farthing into the programing of the engine, you can see the progress of the game in the link above!

I am a 3D modeler and currently wish to start a team to create a car combat MMO (massive multi-player online) game. It will be similar to the Twisted Metal series but with many new features and many other functions! We are working on it now and we need more help. Mostly we need some people for the programing in Unity3D and texturing some of the models. Although this is not a paid project and is more of a personal project, this is a great opportunity to earn experience in the field of video game development. However, since it is an MMO, future currency for the project can come with a demo of the game. Contract needs to be signed which states how much you want to earn when the game's demo comes along.

[color=#000000]I prefer experienced and serious people to take part in this project being a project that is just about done. However, I will accept people that have at least 1 year experience in texturing and programing. The Unity3D engine is being coded in Java Script, so make sure you are aware of this language before joining.

[color=#000000]This game is an MMO that will not be based a subscriber monthly fee. It will be free to play but with many different extra items (like special cars) in the an Item Shop which players can freely pay for what they would like to have with their own money (real money, not in-game money). Though we already have a publisher, we need a demo to show and have already been working on it for a while. However, because of the fact we do not have programers in our ranks, this is the main reason we are reverting to ask for help from you. At the Demo stage, we will give you a contract for a shared part of the earnings the game makes. The contract is also design to maintain the team so they stay with us for future projects we have.

[color=#000000]3D Leader - Heartbrake.
Digital Art Leader - Saleea.
Concept Artist - Climax.
GUI Leader - Sarakelly.
Programing Leader: Snortop.
GDD Management - DarkAce.


[color=#ff8c00]Digital Art

[color=#ff8c00]Concept Art


[color=#ff8c00]GUI Artist



[color=#ff8c00]Progression Bar
[color=#000000]Car Models
[color=#000000]Texture Cars
[color=#000000]City Elements
[color=#000000]Weapon Models
[color=#000000]Weapon Texture

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