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Old 08-23-2011, 03:52 PM   #1
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I'm looking for at least one programmer with the desire to work on indie games. Where should I look?

I'm going to college for game design and plan on learning every aspect of development (art, coding, production, audio), but in that time I'm going to work on some indie games.

How do I find a decent programmer in my area? (Baltimore, Maryland, US)

If you're reading this and desire to join a small team read below.

Want to team up on a brand new indie dev team? Live in Maryland or don't mind the commute to the baltimore area?
Join this small team as a programmer!

My name is Allen,
I'm a small business owner in Maryland, US. While moving towards a career in game design I'll need to build my skills in programming, art, audio/video, and management. I want to cover it all! But, in the meantime I'll work on a small indie game or two with a small team.

Join my small team if you'd like to make great games and build skills for the future. As said above, I desire to move from small time to big time. We can work together on the small today!

Don't be shy, ask questions!

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Old 08-23-2011, 07:13 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by UberAllen17 View Post
Where should I look?
Try the Help Wanted forum on
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Old 08-23-2011, 08:58 PM   #3
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Well, you're in the right spot to ask. In addition to Tom's advice I would suggest looking to see if there's a local IGDA chapter in your area. Going to a couple IGDA meetings could provide some networking opportunities and possibly connect you with some programmers looking for a project. Also check to see if there are any local groups on looking for a designer
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