We are building a game show in Power Point and need animated cut scenes, backgrounds for the questions, a matching timer and a logo for the game. The game is similar to the US hit Minute to Win It. We are not trying to copy or use the graphics from Minute to Win It, but it can give you an idea of what we need.
We would like all materials furnished in separate primary colors (blue, green, red, purple, etc.) so we can customize the game for different venues.
The game will be similar to popular US show "Minute to Win It"
For the game itself, in a vector eps format for printed signs.
-Matching background suitable for Power Point/Open Office Impress
-Logo background with static logo
These can be bit map files (jpg, gif, psd)
-Logo fly in to start game
-Cut scene to next phase of game
-Instructions header animation for each phases instructions (instructions will be text...we just want an animation before the instructions)
-Timer (similar to minute or win it) which we can set to varied times
-Out of time animation when timer runs out
-Success explosion (when a player completes a task)
-Failure explosion(when a player fails a task) - which shows loss of life
-Complete failure when a player loses all 3 lives
-End of show thank you which repeats easily
Need all of these as mp4 video files.
Based on some valid questions from coders, here are updates for everyone to have.
1- We have decided to call the show "60 Second Showdown". I do not have a logo I like other than Minute to Win It. Looking for creative ideas. The logo should contain a stop watch or clock face as a design element and the logo should tie into the movies and background.
2- If you want to do the timer as a static movie file then I need 60, 70, 80 and 90 second timers.
3- The animations are not to be very long. They will be around 5-15 seconds each.
4- The instructions animation is an introduction. Since there are many games to play, actual instructions will take place on static slides using the background you design. The animation will be played before I hit the static slide.
5- Generally, I would like the animations in full screen HDTV 1080 or 720 resolutions. I would like to experiment with frame rate settings on one animation before you render all of them.
* * *This broadcast message was sent to all bidders on Thursday Nov 11, 2010 7:25:25 AM:
I have updated the project to include answers to several questions received. It doesn't change the project, just clarifies it. Please review the project description again for new information. Also, I am traveling next week and will be unavailable for periods of time if you have further questions. I do intend to make a selection while I'm away, so please ask any questions you have and I will get back to everybody before I decide. J