Mud-H Posted January 13, 2016 Share Posted January 13, 2016 I'm just curious to know if there's any T3D developers who'd like to collaborate on a undecided game project. There's nothing official about it, I'm just exploring the possibility to work with other developers. Last year, I took a game development break to refine my modelling skills since I never found a serious modeller who don't dissappear after few weeks and my plan was to get back at game development at start of 2016. For the last few weeks, I have been slowly preparing myself and tried to motivate some peoples that I'm suppose to make games with but I don't see any motivations from them...Type of game I'm looking forAnyway, I'm currently thinking about different prototypes/ideas I have and I'm trying to figure which one I will use for my next game development attempt. I have been working mostly alone since I started learning T3D and I tought that I have nothing to loose to post about it and maybe catch the interest of a serious T3D developer wanting to make a game.I have no particular preference for the type of game I would develop but I have a list of limitations after previous game development attempts. (Mostly from my ). Well, it's not a complete list but here's the 3 main "limitations":No direct multiplayer - It make it complicated to organize testing and providing support. Then after release, you have to continuously provide support and fix exploits...No realism or competing with AAA games - I want a simple indie project with a nice and simple artistic styleNo open source game (Talking about the anyone can contribute type.) Could be a free game with some PayToPlay stuff) About meNow a little about me... First, I'm a french canadian from Montreal area so don't expect perfect english from me. Over the years I learnt every aspect of game development but I'm not an expert in all of them. My speciality is definitly scripting, I'm getting quite good with low-poly modelling(3ds max) and texturizing (Photoshop/Substance Designer), I'm also good for general 2D arts with Photoshop. I'm not a skilled C++ coder but I know how to adapt the T3D code for my needs in most area. I can also develop nice websites using Joomla or anything PHP/MySQL related. The area where I'm not very good is writting and documenting.T3D Projects experienceFor those who don't know me, I'm working on a enhanced T3D editor called TorqueLab, you can see a bunch of video on my youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGR60uu-oows37p5FzJ7_-Q/videos . I have never completed a game but 2 years ago I worked "alone" on a racing game called . I don't have somekind of Portofolio showing past works but for the last 2-3 months, I'm working on levels for an old project called Dark Territory which I have no intention to develop it as a game (for now at least), I simply want to have something to show in case a good offer come.What I'm looking for? Well I'm looking for serious developers who are quite skilled in some aspects(3D, 2D, Coding, Writing, etc). Ideally, a very good programmer or someone with strong writing skills (Game design documents, documentation, etc). I'm not looking for beginners even if highly motivated, I have lost enough time trying help new game developers trying to get motivated...Anyway, nothing official here like I said so you have nothing to loose by asking. I will be carefull because in the past, I got easily excited with possible collaborator to realize shortly after that it wasn't the type of person I needed. Also, even if you are not sure about the idea, we could simply investigate possible game ideas with no engagements. Also, I do have an unrelated 40hours/weeks job so I can't be working on games all days but almost 100% of my free time go in game development stuff.Ok, That's it for now! I might post a more specific "looking for help" in the incoming weeks once I decided what would be my next game development attempt. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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