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I’m currently working on my first Ren’Py game which in it’s current stage is a hobby/passion project that I would like to make commercial in the future, but at this time it is not.
At the moment I am looking for an experienced programmer to make a mini-game for my Ren’Py project, integrating pre-made art and sound assets that are in the design stage at the moment.
The type of game I’m looking for is a hangman-style game. I need this hangman game to support sentences and not just words. It also needs have a randomizer for replay value, move-counter for how many tries it takes them to guess the sentence, and the basic fixings of any mini-game such as win/lose/would you like to play again pop-ups etc.
Since this is a hobby project, I’m on a budget. Please comment or message me on here with your rates and a rough estimate for what this hangman game would cost to make, and I will be able to share our current mock-ups of the mini-game and provide my email address privately.
Thanks for your time and consideration!
I'll take this for around $20-$30, and i already have some prototype
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RPVln ... b3vGjr33v_
Have a nice day!