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Freelance level designer needed for commercial game


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Hi.

Our team are currently looking for level designers. Our website is http://www.niolden.com

Feel free to email me on erik.svensson@dreams-in-motion.com and feel free to send samples, resumé and all that sort of stuff.

Currently engine used is 3D Game Studio A6 pro but in future will we look into other possible engines. You can work with quark / Hammer and all tools that can export to .map format.

Payment are negotiable but prefarly royalties (Game will be commercial).

Feel free to ask questions, I will try to respond as much as I can.

Thanks in advance,

Erik Svensson, 3D Animator

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Uh... did you steal Morrowind's old site code?

No it isn't stolen. its 100 % selfmade, but I hope it will be changed later on so it doesnt look so much like morrowinds website. I will talk to the web designer as soon as possible.

Erik, 3D Animator

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Are you like trying to get the game to run on a P2? The textures look like they are 64^2 or something. The detail of the maps is not any better:( Ahh well, its a RPG, so history and gameplay is quite important.

The no payment, only royalities sounds kinda vague. How many copies do you usually sell? How much in royality can be expected?

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Never ever expect to see any royalties! No matter who you work for.

Why is that? Say for example you sign a contract which agrees to pay you a small amount of money per copy sold. Unless the game doesn't sell at all, why should you expect no royalties?

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Royalties sounds swell by principle. However all the pros I have ever talked to have said the same, 'don't expect to ever see any!' Why is that? Well, very, very, very few games of the thousands upon thousands made every year, do ever break even allowing the developers to get near the haunted royalties. That is just another sorry fact from the way this industry runs right now. So unless you work for Valve, Naughty Dog, Blizzard, Rockstar North or those other 10-15 companies like them, don't believe the hype.

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