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Programmers needed for FINISHED game!

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Our team is currently looking for programmers for the game called Game Night. This is not the final name for the game, we might change it up in the future.

What is Game Night?

Game Night is a board game that has Singleplayer, Local Multiplayer and Multiplayer modes. You can play games such as Chess, Draw and guess game, Poker, Snakes & Ladders and more. The multiplayer has a ranked system and a tournament mode. So, it's lots of fun! We are going to release it on Steam for maximum $15.

Who do we need?

It is important to say that Game Night is already finished art-wise. All the 3D models are done, the art is done, the texturing is done. We have an awesome sound engineer and composer for the game too.

We only need programmers who are willing to sit down and code the game. Requirements:

- You are able to work in Unity. The menu is already set up for you!

- You must be a decent coder. We don't want to change up bad code later on. Better to it from the start.

- You are able to use at least 5 hours a day on the game.

- We are looking for someone to use all of his/her time on this until it's finished! It will not take long since it's only the code that's missing.

We are paying with rev-share and your income will be quite high. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Contact me on PM or discord for further discussion. Discord: Nafei#9413

Below are some previews of the game so you get an idea and feeling of it.





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You may need to rethink this part: "It will not take long since it's only the code that's missing."

The art is a typically a tiny fraction of the time required to develop a full game. You assumption that something like this is going to be quick is misguided, you should plan many months of experienced coders working on this to get it to a playable state.

I'd suggest you break it down to pieces and focus on getting just one of the mini games done first then move to the next.

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In agreement with MMK, you may want to rethink the title of your post.  I clicked to take a look with the expectation that you were just looking for a small modification to an existing code base.  That is not the case here.


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