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« on: July 22, 2006, 11:56:31 pm »

Perfect Choice:FPS

Perfect Choice will give gamers a chance to voice their opinions on how a game project is developed. Initially, a bare bones product will be released to the public, bare bones meaning a basic FPS with a few weapons, a level and a few player characters capable of being played through IP connections or LAN. From there, the players can join a forum on the website and voice their opinions and suggestions on the game and run a poll on it, if the majority want the suggestion, then it will be implemented in the game and after a period of time an update will be released with these changes. This is the basis of how the project will work.

Right now, here is the basic website that we have up just for surveys of who would appreciate a game like this. A better and more professional website is in the works and we are working towards getting a domain name:

Now, we have the resources to create the game, and the engine we were initially looking at is Crystal Space 3D. However, we do not have the means to put it all together, the programmer.

We are in need of a programmer and if anyone out there has experience in Crystal Space 3D and is interested in working on this project please email me at or just leave a message for me in this post with a contact to reach you.

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