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Prince Pixelton
04-24-2011, 09:36 PM
If you can replicate MediaMolecule's level design style, and would like to join a long-term project, please send me a message on the forums, here.
Also, I would like someone that is able to think up innovative ideas for level design. Message me, aswell, here, if you'd like to join.

If you do send me a message (and are subsequently invited to help me), please keep in my mind that this project should be your prime focus. It would help if you are not involved in any other projects. I can still be a little flexible, though.

Any more details on the project will be explained solely to the people who message me.

Ayneh
04-24-2011, 10:03 PM
Hmm, what are you up to Pixel? :P

I would help you but the FF7 stuff I'm doing is taking forever. :(
Very mysterious~

Prince Pixelton
04-24-2011, 10:25 PM
Hmm, what are you up to Pixel? :P

I would help you but the FF7 stuff I'm doing is taking forever. :(
Very mysterious~

The consideration is appreciated. Though, feel free to join when/if your FF7 stuff is finished of course.

StormShacer
05-01-2011, 04:09 PM
Hmm...

I would love to help, but i has lots of other projects on working on! (Mine and others)

So i could make music for you (btw i can compose too) and i could help you here and there. But if i were to join in it would not be my main focus.

Also i know sequenced music sounds bad... (SOMETIMES) but ive have made instruments such as trumpet so they can sound really good!

Check out Tropical Resort Music that sounds really good!

Klak_334
05-01-2011, 08:42 PM
I would love to help. I am only working on one other project and love to try to replicate the MM levels. Love your ideas! Private message me and we can talk.

Klak334 signing off, Goodnight planet Earth!

Luos_83
05-01-2011, 10:26 PM
[QUOTE][Any more details on the project will be explained solely to the people who message me. /QUOTE]

very wrong way to get attention, most people will ignore threads like this unless the creator/OP can show what he is working on, and shows he is really going to finish his project.