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Potential Team!

A topic by superobot1 created Sep 25, 2016 Views: 195 Replies: 8
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I'm considering working with some other people for this jam- if you feel like joining me, then just email me at: and tell me a bit about yourself. All are welcome! Artists, programmers, writers, or anybody else!


I'm going to be using Unity, so I won't really be able to join programmers that use any other engines or tools for this Jam- just a heads up.

Out of curiosity, would it be 2D or 3D graphics?

Because Unity doesn't always equal 3D.

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I was thinking about doing a 2D top down roguelike (RPG, probably?) for this one- currently trying to understand the map generation technology.

And yes! Cuphead, Galak-z and Broforce are great Unity 2D titles- and examples that Unity can have amazing 2D games.

Generating maps can be quite difficult. I spent some time programming a procedural generator for 2D side-scrolling games with support for saving, loading and sharing presets. You can check it out on my website ( You could be able to data mine it for the code, make sure not to copy it though! :) It will take you quite a while to program something like that, and since you're still trying to understand it, it will probably be even harder.


Thanks a lot of the offer, Luke!

I really appreciate you allowing me to check out your hard worked code- I'd love to take a look at it in the future (or maybe even once or twice during this competition) and learn more about procedural generation from it.

However, I was planning more on a top down approach- and yeah, it takes time to become better at procedural generation- but hey, that's what makes it so fun, and that's why we're here (;

You seem like a good guy! :) Want to add me on Skype? Maybe we can help one another with some things, having developer contacts is never a bad idea ;) Also, I can just send you a copy of the code if you wish :) My Skype name should be 'djluuky' (without the ' ofcourse).

Sent (;

Thanks for responding! I'm no programmer, but I'd be happy to lend a hand in the art and visual department if you have a need for it.

I have different styles I can do, and would pick based off of which would best fit.

Sure! that would be great- since it might help me focus on other aspects of the project such as coding it or writing events :D

If you want to, you could mail me your Skype name and I'll be more than happy to add you and discuss the project with you!