Military iphone game Job # 15883

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Job # 15883 Military iphone game

Posted Date
Oct 6, 2009 @ 22:05
Respond By
Oct 17, 2009
Word Count
0
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Male
Age Range
-
Category
Videogames

Job Description

This is for an indie iphone game. The setting is a jet fighter game. Being an indie, I have a limited budget.

I need someone who can read in two parts:
- a middle-age military commander
- a relatively young soldier

Here's the script:
Commander: "Welcome to flight school! Follow the instructions on your screen to complete the mission."
(when mission ends): Commander: "Welcome aboard, soldier."
Commander: "Training's over rookie. Your mission is to enter enemy territory undetected. Stay under the radar!"
(In case user decides to blow up stuff): Commander: "(dry voice) Very subtle."
Pilot: "(panic) It's a trap Sir!"
Commander: "(firm) Keep it together soldier!"
Commander: "Loose 'em!"
Pilot: "Yes Sir!"
Pilot: "Yeeha!"
Commander: "Make your way to the enemy camp. And please... try to remain undetected this time."
(As soon as we see an enemy) Pilot: "(calm) Target in sight"
Commander: "Take him out before he alerts the others"
(If we loose sight of enemy for a while) Pilot: "(calm) I lost him Sir"
Commander: "(firm) Get him!"
(If we shoot him out of the sky): Pilot: "(calm) Target down"
Commander: "This is it. Expect a lot of heat. Wipe them out!"
Commander: "(excited) That's our guy, get him, get him!"
Pilot: "(calm) I'm on it"
Commander: "Don't loose sight off this one! I WANT him taken out"
(If we're getting behind) Commander: "Do NOT loose this guy!"
(If we loose sight of him) Pilot: "(calm) I lost him Sir"
Commander: "(angry) This is NOT acceptable soldier!"
Commander: "OK, you thoroughly pissed them off now. Get out of there!"
(upon first enemy contact) Commander: "go! go! go!"
(when mission ends) Commander: "That was close... Well done"
Commander: "No need to be subtle on this one. Make sure that bomber doesn't cross the border!"
Pilot: "I'm on it Sir"
Commander: "Uh-oh... They're coming up behind you!"
* Pilot: "No problem Sir"

I can provide more context for the script above if required.

All voices should have an "over the radio" effect.

I don't have a strict deadline for this job.

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