Create an online children's fantasy hockey sports game

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Experience Level: Intermediate
I haven't included a price for this as I really am not sure what to estimate.

We are creating a larger, youth sports related project that this project will be part of.

I'll try to describe the concept though it's tough to describe fully in a short brief like this.

Basically, we will create an environment, a town to which children will register to join. When they they join, they will pick/customize their character/player and create a team or join an existing registered friend's team.

Once registered the user will be presented with a cartoon illustration style village. The user can click on and go to various parts of the village. The arena will be where users go to play simple vector based games to accumulate points. The store will be where users go to purchase items to pimp out their player or improve different facets of their player's skills.

The skills a player has will help him/her in game play, and also make his/her trade value higher.

Players can invite friends to join their teams. Once on a team though, to move to another friend's team, a player must be traded. The team from which the player is traded, will receive the value, in points, of the traded player from the team the player is going to.

There's obviously more involved, too much to go through here, but this gives you a bit of a teaser.

I am a designer, writer and own a marketing company. More relevant to this, I am in Canada and very involved in the hockey community here, from minor (youth) hockey to semi-pro and pro-level hockey.

The best thing to do is connect with me if you're interested in this and we can flesh things out further.

Cheers,

Adam Less

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