|14-05-2009, 11:12 PM||#1|
Game Project Could use some Help
Project name: Aion [Working Title still in Progress]
Aion is a 3d role playing game designed in 3dgs (3D Game Studio). The idea is the user will select one of the pre-generated characters and be thrust into a world that is built a new every time a new game is started. The player character will have a primary ambition or goal that he/she would want to do before they retire or die, as well as quarks and fears that will lend credibility to the reality of the character. Dynamic Cut Scenes will be used to draw the player into the characters life, and to create a connection with the player as well as fill in back story. The world itself will be a living breathing entity, with free non-linear exploration. Each city will have its own problems to solve, and different ways of how to solve them depending on how the player wishes to. Characters will age in the game as well to show the passing of time, and be able to build relationships with the NPC's and any party members they shall join up with them along the way. How you treat people will effect greatly on the story and game play.A realistic approach to Law and Chaos will be interacted, where players choices will effect how they are seen, not a pre-determined alignment.
Freeware - may change in the future
If the team decides to try to sell the game, then a royalty based system would be inacted, but as of now none.
I do have a small team in place, but would not turn down help in any areas...What I am looking for the most
3D Artist , Graphic Artist, Some Story Work, and Sound, anyone who can program in C+
Character Artist - Desire Jonhson
Character Artist - Jean
Digital Painter - Brenton Mann
Character Models - Sean Polhemus
Weapons Modeler - Felix Gs
Building Models - Eric D. Rohler
Lead Author - Angie Berg
Character Story's - Angellica Leutz
Lead Programmer - John C Leutz II
LiteC Progrmmer - Tahir
Visual Basic Programmer - Kris Armstrong
Music - Eden C Johnson
Still needs to be designed
Always Welcomed as long as its constructive not destructive.
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