Trevor10

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  1. Inexperienced Programmer Available

    Thank you for your interest. I have already found a project.
  2. Inexperienced Programmer Available

    This is a tough one. When I made my post I hadn't anticipated working on a game that is so far along in development. I've thought of learning C++ multiple times, but never committed. For right now, this game is larger than I'm prepared to take on. I'll keep the repository bookmarked in case I change my mind. Thank you.
  3. I hope I don’t make myself sound less capable than I am, but I am going to be honest about my experience and knowledge. I’ve only worked on one game that I made for a class in college. It was a 2D game similar to Space Invaders that was written in Lua/LOVE. I don’t have knowledge of advanced mathematics. I am familiar with Lua, JavaScript, Java, and Python. I have not done much programming over the last few years and look forward to getting back to it. I have time and a willingness to learn. For at least the next 5 months, I don’t have to work and can devote myself to a game, or two depending on requirements. I am a quick study and am sure that within a few weeks I can have a basic, but useful amount of knowledge about whatever language/engine the game is using. I am only interested in working on desktop games and am not particular about the type of game. As a long-time gamer, I have always wanted to contribute to a video game and now I have the time to do so. I am an adult and my timezone is EST.   Thank you for your consideration, Trevor   My email address is: comdkeen@gmail.com
  4. What programmers want from a designer

    This thread has gotten quite long and I haven't read everything so I apologize if this is a repeat. What bothers me the most is people stating they are a studio when it's quite obvious they are working from their parents' basement or in a single bedroom apartment. Unless you've registered your business, are remitting taxes, and have dedicated office space - you are not a studio. The biggest dead giveaway that you are not a studio is the fact that you can't pay me. Studios have access to funding and/or an income from their previous game(s). Lastly, if you are not of legal age to enter into a contract (usually 18) don't even bother. I will never work (even free work) if I'm not protected by a contract. In short, don't lie about being a studio when you are just one person with an idea.