Mobile Games, 3D games 2D Mmorpg??

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  1. Xeno Neza

    Xeno Neza New Member

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    Hello,

    This post is about helping you make your game come to life, what kind of game would you like?
    How would you like it to appeal to your fan base? Is it multiplayer? What would you like to gain from making these games?

    All of these questions are necessary as I have spoken with and worked in other indie teams.

    My service to you:

    - Consulting (Mainly Unity)
    - Game Dev

    now as for my portfolio it is very short at this current time but I'm developing Add-ons for assets in the Asset Store in Unity and I am also learning optimization on games so that games run smoothly throughout all platforms.

    As for consultancy I have been studying Unity for over 5 years, I have used other game engines such as, Unreal, Game Maker, RPGMaker and Rad3D.

    I am more confident in Unity and I believe I am more confident in Unity than any other engine.

    My portfolio however is here:

    https://gamejolt.com/games/Augusteria/323626

    https://bumpieio.weebly.com/

    These are 2 examples of work however, if you're interested in these services contact me through email or discord:

    Discord - o0neza0o#7312

    Website - https://stevesissons95.wixsite.com/alternategames

    Email - stevesissons95@gmail.com
     

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