I have developed a match-3 style game called Sploidz ([url removed, login to view]). It was made using the GarageGames Torque 2D game engine ([url removed, login to view]) and written using their language (TorqueScript). The game is basically done, but requires debugging, modifications, and general overall polish to complete it. All of the game's source code is in a single plaintext scripted (non-compiled) file. No compiling is needed when using this engine (for most purposes). You can download and play Sploidz in its current version using the attached file. Another attached file lists details on what needs to be done to complete this game. In summary: - add game modes, i.e. a 5 minute high score mode, a "see how long you can play before you lose" mode, a "destroy all the gems pre-placed on the screen" mode, etc - add the 20 "gems pre-placed on the screen" levels - change behavior of a few of the special gems and items - fix small handfull of bugs such as gems moving off the screen, game over detected late, etc - misc small graphical and sound "polish" both documented and for minor things on an as needed basis - help bring the game to "finished" status and ready to ship I am myself a programmer and easy to work with. I have had many successful bids here on RAC and the coders I work with are always happy to work with me. Thank you for your interest.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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