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RollerJesus
11-30-2008, 11:23 AM
My team has begun work on a contest submission for a contest showcasing the new VOIP add-on for the Torque Game Engine from the folks at Green Ear.

Details about the tech and contest can be found here (http://www.green-ear.com/contest.aspx).

I put together a three person team of myself, a very talented developer and a 2d/3d artist. Unfortunately the artist seems to have taken on other interests and is no longer part of the team.

We have most of the art assets but need the entrance to a Moonbase modeled, textured and exported. It will not actually be portalized, so no need for BSG stuff here, just a model in LW, or any other package you prefer.

We also need help in the creation of some 2d graphic assets for some of the GUI's. This includes about 6 buttons, 2 sets of brief instructions to be added to the load GUI's (already completed) and other misc graphic design tasks.

For a complete list of tasks, you can access our game design document under the files section of our project management site (http://www.bedpanmedia.com/GreenEarContest) using the following credentials:

user: Guest
pass: MoonGuest

You can also get a good idea of the look and feel at the project website (http://www.bedpanmedia.com/Moonbase), which is still under dev but will be finalized shortly.

If we place in the top three, 40% of the winnings would go to you, 40% to the other developer and 20% to me. I'm also willing to purchase a license for the Green Ear SDK for you to keep whether we place or not and cover any necessary expenses you may incur, payable by PayPal or business check, whichever you prefer.

PM me if you're interested.

`Patrick

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12-17-2008, 12:20 PM
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