I am a beginner still learning in coding & programming. I am looking for an experienced basic Game Designer/Programmer needed into helping program and design a text based game (similar to games like, “Total Extreme Wrestling, Music Wars, Football Manager & Hollywood Mogul” simulators) a basic business simulation game which focuses on the Television/Hollywood industry, that implements the player of allowing them to run a network with simple choices you can make; a computer AI that generates the budget, financial money & ratings of your network as well in-game competition with rival networks. A game that only ends if you run out of money but also allows you to continue through each week, month and year as long as you can keep your company from going bankrupt. Its a simple polished GUI only game with no need with a lot of high-end graphics, just a lot of style/coloring that includes: a Game Main Menu (New Game, Load Game, Options, etc.), pushButtons (Top/Centered & Sidebar/In-Game Navigation Menu options), checkboxes (that will be saved in by selection into the players' game play, an area where the players are allowed to upload a jpeg picture of themselves or others (ex: actors cast to play certain roles, quite similar to Facebook‘s photo upload mechanism), forms where they can write details of things or type in names of characters & descriptions, a Splash/Loading screen (at the beginning/or before the game’s main menu) and all of this calculated in a save folder/database for the player so they could replay their saved game(s). To anyone who is familiar and good with GUI coding & game design please respond (and you will be credited for your help & work). Looking for anyone serious & dedicated that is good in C#/C++/Java or Flash. If there is anyone truly interested please let me know. The game is targeted to be downloadable for players. (I have displayed a screenshot of sketch examples of what I have in mind for my game). Please be good in english language. Thanks.
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Sounds interesting. See [url removed, login to view] for a sample of what I can do (I programmed and illustrated the game--though I'm more proud of the programming.)