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Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 50 Posted
I'm planning a game that will require generation of random maps. I'm thinking of generating similar maps to those that can be found in open source FreeCol game: http://www.freecol.org/. I want the game to be developed using libgdx: https://github.com/libgdx/libgdx . Your job is to adapt the code for generating maps (along with all the map graphics) available in FreeCol, and use it in a new libgdx project. The reason I want to use FreeCol as a base is because it already has solved issues such as different terrain type placement (rivers running to seas, islands appearing on seas, etc). It must be possible to change this code later to adapt specifically to my game needs (this is not part of this job however). One window with the map itself and a button for generating/regenerating is fine for now. My expectation is that the code should provide easy access to map tiles during later development (you will need to prove that). I'm expecting high quality Java code. Deliverable: - source...
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 1,000 Posted
Hi, my team and I have an iOS game that we want to have converted to Android. We understand this will require the app to be completely rebuilt from the ground up using Java, so we are looking for an experienced Java programmer! I will show you exactly how the app will look, and give detailed information on the particular functions. We will provide the necessary sound effects and images. But mainly, you will be using our iPhone app as a reference for how to design the Android version of it. Here is the iOS Game: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/clickcraft-quest-for-minerals/id955297836?mt=8 The game mechanics are simple enough. Think of Cookie Clickers, an incremental game where the user taps on the screen to "collect" items. The hard part is the amount of different elements incorporated into the game. For example, our game has 5 different tools the user can choose from, and there are 20+ different minerals to be "mined". We will pay a flat fee of $1000 for the completion of the...