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April 25, 2011, 07:44:04 PM
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I'll gladly spend 3 BTC for a PSP 2000 homebrew Bejeweled clone. (5 btc if it has ad hoc multiplayer)

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April 25, 2011, 08:58:43 PM
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can you define "minigame" please?
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April 26, 2011, 05:37:26 AM
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I'll gladly spend 3 BTC for a PSP 2000 homebrew Bejeweled clone. (5 btc if it has ad hoc multiplayer)
ok it should be done in about 2-4 week i dont know about ad hoc i will try
Consider this a job then. The terms are:
- Game has to be a bejeweled clone
- Adhoc Multiplayer would be nice, but is not necessary for payment
- Game must be released preferably open source but at least open binary to download in this thread and to a psp-scene site of your choice (preferably psp-hacks.com)
-Payment will be 5 BTC for the game, 7 BTC if it includes multiplayer

I'm guessing you are doing this as a means to learn about game programming. Nice way to do some Bitcoin trading with it!

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April 27, 2011, 04:09:31 AM
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What about a utility piece for the Android platform? I need a specific, simple utility.  I can probably do it myself, but I haven't had time to sit down and understand how to develop for Android.  I'd like for you to make the program and then provide me with the source code and all rights to it. 

Is that something you'd be interested in?  I can provide details if so, as I said, it's fairly simple and I would take the code you come up with to learn more about developing Android and then expand on it and offer it in the marketplace once I'm comfortable developing for it.


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I would pay for an iOS app like iDaftt but with all the taunts from Age of empires 2 Cheesy
I always wanted that hahah.
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This is a game I thought of.

You have a kitchen and the aim is to protect your food from being stolen by your friends. In the kitchen will be assorted foods such as chocolate bars ,milk,bread or other items.

When your food gets stolen it sets off a timer of 15 minutes and to defend it you have to answer a question or enter a captcha within the time frame. If the food was a sponsored item maybe you need to answer a question about a website or something.

There might be a central "supermarket" where you can stock your kitchen from which has foods with different points attached to them. Rarer items have more points. You earn points based on how long you managed to defend your kitchen for during the past 24 hours. You might also have a message system so people can leave you notes when they steal your stuff Smiley. "Im in your kitchen stealing your foodz!"

Maybe people could hire  alarms or guards for bitcoins as an in game purchase for when they need to sleep Cheesy

You could extend this to different rooms in the house such as the lounge room. Defending items you might find commonly in any longe room such as a tv,playstation,xbox,laptop  etc...


I think you get the idea  Smiley

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May 03, 2011, 06:20:29 AM
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Do you have experience in facebook apps? And if I had one made could i pay you occasionally for maintenance and such? Hit me up i'd be interested sometime soon.

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May 03, 2011, 07:39:38 AM
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I'll gladly spend 3 BTC for a PSP 2000 homebrew Bejeweled clone. (5 btc if it has ad hoc multiplayer)
ok it should be done in about 2-4 week i dont know about ad hoc i will try
Consider this a job then. The terms are:
- Game has to be a bejeweled clone
- Adhoc Multiplayer would be nice, but is not necessary for payment
- Game must be released preferably open source but at least open binary to download in this thread and to a psp-scene site of your choice (preferably psp-hacks.com)
-Payment will be 5 BTC for the game, 7 BTC if it includes multiplayer

I'm guessing you are doing this as a means to learn about game programming. Nice way to do some Bitcoin trading with it!
ok im working on it now btw anyone else want any games made for them?
Any progress, screen shots or something ? :-)

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May 03, 2011, 10:45:13 AM
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How familiar are you with the DS hardware?  I have a program I made a few years ago for a college class, and while I made it as efficient as I could with my limited C knowledge, if you could make it more efficient I'd be willing to pay a few Bitcoins for it.

Forewarning:  it would probably take extensive knowledge of ARM assembly language to make it more efficient.  I will not be offended in the slightest if you decline the offer because of this.
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May 04, 2011, 04:30:11 PM
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This is a game I thought of.

You have a kitchen and the aim is to protect your food from being stolen by your friends. In the kitchen will be assorted foods such as chocolate bars ,milk,bread or other items.

When your food gets stolen it sets off a timer of 15 minutes and to defend it you have to answer a question or enter a captcha within the time frame. If the food was a sponsored item maybe you need to answer a question about a website or something.

There might be a central "supermarket" where you can stock your kitchen from which has foods with different points attached to them. Rarer items have more points. You earn points based on how long you managed to defend your kitchen for during the past 24 hours. You might also have a message system so people can leave you notes when they steal your stuff Smiley. "Im in your kitchen stealing your foodz!"

Maybe people could hire  alarms or guards for bitcoins as an in game purchase for when they need to sleep Cheesy

You could extend this to different rooms in the house such as the lounge room. Defending items you might find commonly in any longe room such as a tv,playstation,xbox,laptop  etc...


I think you get the idea  Smiley



I get it, they have some mad munchies

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May 19, 2011, 02:17:50 PM
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I'm waiting to see some examples of your work before I send you BTC for a game.

It seems like other people have asked you with no actual production...

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