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Looking for Unity & backend Devs

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Looking for Unity & backend Devs 2019-10-24 12:34:30


I think the technology is finally at a point where I can do what i want. Even though the market is saturated with similar themed games I feel they are all missing the mark in one way or another. I do not want to attempt to complete a full featured game but rather a PROOF of CONCEPT. From there I am sure we can move to kickstarter, indiegogo, or other crowdfunding platform to advance development.

I took what I feel is the best parts from multiple games and combined them together with a few things that were not implemented in any of the games I have played. The end result was Thule.

The game design document is available online: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nimvHfgqrBWQB2KQXaCKMMmAU7ypU5HDd7Inks6IpdU

My game website is located at thule.jestyx.com, with jestyx.com being my primary site.

I can be reached at the email address located on the Thule site.

Response to Looking for Unity & backend Devs 2019-11-10 12:59:25


At 10/24/19 12:34 PM, PIxelB0x wrote: I think the technology is finally at a point where I can do what i want. Even though the market is saturated with similar themed games I feel they are all missing the mark in one way or another. I do not want to attempt to complete a full featured game but rather a PROOF of CONCEPT. From there I am sure we can move to kickstarter, indiegogo, or other crowdfunding platform to advance development.
I took what I feel is the best parts from multiple games and combined them together with a few things that were not implemented in any of the games I have played. The end result was Thule.
The game design document is available online: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nimvHfgqrBWQB2KQXaCKMMmAU7ypU5HDd7Inks6IpdU
My game website is located at thule.jestyx.com, with jestyx.com being my primary site.
I can be reached at the email address located on the Thule site.


After reading your project, I believe you really make a great effort to design Thule.

I still have my projects to do, so I don't have time to help you. I am a designer and coder. So if bump into problems, just send me a message. I will see if I can help you. Anyway, good job!