Arnesso

Unity/Unreal Engine looking for partner RPG

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Arnesso    0

Hi,

I have experience in Unity, but I am started learning Unreal as well. Mostly I have worked FPS/TPS ,survival games, but I have many game idea backgrounds. 
The newest project is a SCI-FI Multiplayer FPS/TPS-RPG, I would need an experienced user in UE4 or Unity,  
Let me know if you are interested in Sci-FI theme .
At the beginning it is just hobby(without payment)  ,but I also want to raise the stacke ,Kickstart or similiar. 

(I also would join, help a team, and learning)
Greg
Europe
arnessomusic@gmail.com

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