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I'm looking for an experienced programmer and colleague in general to work on an small pixel art game project. I'm an "beginner" pixel artist (doing it couple years now, but not very often) from Germany with experience in programming myself using the LÖVE framework (lua).
My main goals for the collaboration will be to improve my pixel art skills and finish a fully polished game project. For the project itself I would like to develop a new idea, setting and concept together. I prefer action / adventure / arcade based genres.
As alternative I can provide a game idea with existing concept art for the game and UI elements. You can find an image of the unfinished concept art in the gallery below. It's an reinterpretation of the famous "Space Taxi" game, originally released for the C64.
Here is a small gallery with my artwork.
If you're interested, let me know.
One of my favorite VR games right now. I love the aesthetic and the gameplay is good too. My only complain would be that their is too less variety in the levels. Need more enemies (maybe some flying, rocket launching robots or stationary turrets!) and a bit more deco and stuff in the level itself.
btw (@themikebachmann), I'm playing with a Oculus Rift and TWO sensors in roomscale, no problem at all. The controller layout is good, I missed some kind of tutorial or guide at the beginning, took some time to figure out the reloading and stuff.
Also, I would like to hand you some money for the game... How can I donate?
I really like your work but I think that this isn't necessary at all.
Also, what I think the game would need instead of better graphics is more content, especially more animations/poses/scenes. I can't imagine that someone will buy the game for 15$ because of the "better" graphics ...
This release does have a negative connotation I think,
anyway I hope people will buy this to support you in future..
Talking about Raspberry Pi - would it be possible to target another similiar computer at the same time - the C.H.I.P ?
As far as I know, both are based on debian but obviously have different hardware. If there is a way for you to target both computers I would be really happy :)