Hello everyone. I've been thinking about doing this and this could probably work. As you may know, Dhimani's Space Adventures is slow on production right now, because I've been having trouble working on the game. Mostly, because I'm not very good at making graphics, and trying to get the HUD to work. I made it work last time, and now it doesn't, but I'm still gonna try to fix it, if I can, otherwise I'll have to start the project over again for like the 3rd or 4th time. But anyways, I'm looking for new graphic designers to help out with the game.
Now some of you might be wondering, what is Dhimani's Space Adventures. Its an NES game I am working on based on my character, Dhimani. I'm using this really neat program called NESMaker, which allows you to create your own actual cartridge based, hardware playable games for the Nintendo Entertainment System. This software was just released last month.
Now heres the plot of the game; Dhimani travels to space to help the poor number and letter aliens (idea from one BFB Theory, saying that Four and X are aliens) being attacked by robots.
Now then, here are a couple of aspects to understand and follow about making new graphics for this game.
1. You must have NESMaker downloaded and activated on your computer. You can download NESMaker here, off of The New 8-bit Heroes website: www.thenew8bitheroes.com/
Once you download it, it will ask you for an activation code. I recommend buying it.
2. I will only be accepting 1-2 graphic designers who are really good at making 8-bit graphics that will be able to fit with the NES graphic limitations. If you don't have NESMaker, that's ok, there's a second option to this.
If you have anymore questions and all or need requirements, please contact me via Hangouts, Discord or Facebook MessengerHangouts: email@example.com
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You will receive a zip file containing everything you need to get started in working on the graphics, like reference sheets, color pattles, and what size it has to be, must equal to the graphic limitations of the NES. But don't expect them right away, I need time to make them. It also might contain some Zelda sprites to get ideas, since you know, according to Joe, one of the creators of NESMaker, made an adventure module that kinda acted like Zelda, and well yeah.
If you still have questions, feel free to contact me or leave a comment down below. And that is all for now.