Currently, Magnet Simulator has a fairly large map that is not optimized whatsoever. I’d like to hire a builder preferably skilled in meshes(low/mid poly) to re-create the map of Magnet Simulator. Since the map is quite large, I would be happy with paying a minimum of 200K , and easily more if I’m happy with the result.
Here’s some simple criteria:
New/highly changed map layout
Low part count, meaning optimized for all platforms
Constant updates of progress.
Lots of meshes HIGHLY PREFERRED
Magnet Simulator has a lot of zones/areas that are made with repetition, meaning many of them look near identical except a changed color scheme. I would like for these areas layouts to be changed around so they don’t look as repetitive.
I severely apologize for the short time, but I would like to have the map in about 10-14 days after contracting. I would also be willing to pay some more if the project is completed quicker than expected.
I will be paying a MINIMUM of 200,000 through group payouts.
More ROBUX for better work, more ROBUX for being done quicker (work still must be good)
Please show me examples of your work or portfolio by sending me a private message on DevForum, or replying to this thread. Thank you!!!
Hey there! I want to apply! (even though there is a lot of competition) My Portfolio: [OPEN] Coyann || Scripter/Modeler || Portfolio I specialize in Modeling, that’s why I would be able to make a lot of meshes for the map. Contact me on Discord (Coyan#3181) if you are interested!
I’ve been recently working on another Simulator, here is a example from that game I made with all models of mine. This took me 25 minutes to place down, the models took roughly 6. This is fairly old but I hope it’ll be enough to fit your demands. If you’re not impressed, as stated, I can work on a few things and see if you like it. I removed all billboards and textures for showing off only the build itself, instead of enhancing the build/map.
If you have anything else in mind, please contact me, I’d be more than happy to assist you in whatever you need or have in store for me to do.
I’m not really a modeller, as I work more with part-based builds, but I’ll leave my portfolio below just in case if you might be interested in some of the stuff that I’ve worked on. I’m looking for a commission right now and I have a lot of time to waste, so I’ll probably be able to complete this quite quickly.
I’m willing to try and learn Blender if needed to make the final product more sufficient.
I haven’t really dabbed much with environmental design as it’s nothing I’ve ever had to touch. I do have this one example where I added some surrounding mountains in this Cafe map I made earlier on this year. It features some trees, rocks and a small sloped beach.
I’m assuming most of the environmental design for the map would be rather basic and not too overly complex, as it’ll need to be optimised for gameplay. I’ve already checked out the map and if that’s roughly what I’m expected to develop on, there shouldn’t be any massive boundaries that I’ll need to tackle.
Discord tag is Squidzyee#8896 if you want to proceed further.
Looking at the build, I don’t see many routes where relying heavily on MeshParts would improve performance- if anything you’d be increasing triangle counts.
Exchanging many Parts for few MeshParts doesn’t inherently mean better performance- especially in simplistic geometry. (It can, just not always.) To avoid flooding this thread, I’ve sent you a lengthy DM on why this is the case.
If you are wanting to rebuild the map, I’d focus on improving aesthetics. If you are irritated with recoloring parts, check out the plugin, Studio Command Panel.
Your primary performance hit would come from your scripts and part physics with the spinning coins. Rendering the remaining static geometry (~9,000 parts) is trivial in comparison. For perspective, games like Jailbreak and Murder Mystery 2 both sit at around 25,000 parts.
Please keep this in mind and don’t waste your money on a misconception that less workspace objects automatically means better performance.
Ever since I started building I adored the low poly theme, I’ve been continuing to build my skills in the style. I’ve learnt to build quickly while still keeping quality a top concern. When I saw your post I was like “That’s a dream job.” I originally joined magnet simulator thinking, this is a joke, just another simulator. I was wrong. For some reason, this game has pulled me in and won’t let me out. I would be greatly honored to help you develop your masterpiece.
The post said you needed someone to recreate the map, and for my example. That’s exactly what I did.