Voice for Winnie, fictional host of the Winster.com web site

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Job # 1982 Voice for Winnie, fictional host of the Winster.com web site

Posted Date
Aug 24, 2006 @ 22:20
Respond By
Sep 1, 2006
Word Count
0
Language
English
Gender
Female
Age Range
-
Category
-

Job Description

Winster, Inc. operates a new type of web site that combines online games with online retailing. At Winster.com, each player picks a prize of their own choosing, then plays engaging, social games until they win the prize they selected.

Our games are specifically designed to foster a sense of community and promote positive social interaction. Players cooperate to help each other win prizes, rather than compete. At Winster, players play with each other, never against each other.

Our mission is to build and serve a friendly online community through entertaining games and valuable prizes. Winnie is a fictional character who hosts our new online game web site. You can see her picture at Winster.com, and read her resume at the bottom of http://www.winster.com/about.jsp.

We envision her voice to be like a 35-40 year old 'Barbie' - friendly, cheerful, comforting, but not especially youthful. Sort of like a female host on QVC or Home Shopping Network.

We need a series of short phrases, which will mostly play when small help windows pop up on the screen (which will contain the same text as spoken).

Following is the whole list. You will not need to make each of these into a separate file as long as you pause between them, we can split them up as necessary. It might be helpful to us if you could speak the reference number as a marker between phrases.

If this works well, there's the likelihood of additional similar work in the future.

Thanks for your interest!

-Jerry


Script

1. Hi, I�m Winnie!
2. Welcome!
3. Welcome to Winster!
4. Welcome back!
5. Welcome to Chain Gang!
6. Welcome to Picture Magic!
7. Welcome to Facets!
8. Pick the prize you want to win.
9. Click the spin button to get started.
10. Click the spin button to begin playing.
11. Click the Spin button near the bottom of the window to begin playing.
12. You can drag and drop puzzle pieces to move them around.
13. Drag and drop puzzle pieces to make complete chains.
14. Move puzzle pieces around to make chains.
15. Try to make complete chains.
16. Drag and drop puzzle pieces to complete the picture.
17. Move puzzle pieces around to complete the picture.
18. Try to complete the picture.
19. Drag and drop puzzle pieces to make faces.
20. Move puzzle pieces around to make faces.
21. Try to make as many faces as you can.
22. Drag and drop pieces to complete the puzzle.
23. Move pieces around to complete the puzzle.
24. You can move puzzle pieces on your board by dragging them to a different square.
25. You can move puzzle pieces by dragging them to a different square.
26. Try it!
27. Keep spinning to get puzzle pieces.
28. Spin to get more puzzle pieces.
29. The longer the chain, the higher your score.
30. Each chain must have two end pieces.
31. Click a square before you spin to set where your next piece will go.
32. The yellow highlight on your board shows you where the next puzzle piece will go.
33. You can click on a different square to change it.
34. You can click on a different square to move the yellow highlight.
35. You can click on a different square to change it before you spin.
36. You can click on a different square to move the yellow highlight before you spin.
37. You can trade puzzle pieces with other players in the room.
38. Don�t forget that you can trade puzzle pieces with other players in the room.
39. You can trade puzzle pieces with your neighbors.
40. Don�t forget that you can trade puzzle pieces with your neighbors.
41. Drag a puzzle piece to any other player�s board to trade.
42. Drag a puzzle piece to any neighbor�s board to trade.
43. To propose a trade, drag your piece onto a neighbor�s piece.
44. To propose a trade, drag the piece you want to trade away onto the piece you want to trade it for on another player�s board.
45. To propose a trade, drag the piece you want to trade away onto the piece you want to trade it for on a neighbor�s board.
46. You can give away a piece by dragging it to an empty spot on a neighbor�s board.
47. You can give away a piece by dragging it to an empty spot on another player�s board.
48. They can accept or decline your offer.
49. You got a Wild Card! It can used on any square.
50. Congratulations!
51. You've earned enough points to claim your prize!
52. You�re a Winster winner!
53. Click on �Claim Prize� to claim your prize.
54. Click on the flashing "Claim Prize" to learn more.
55. Click on the flashing "Claim Prize" to claim your prize.
56. Click on the flashing "Claim Prize" above your board to claim your prize.
57. You can pick another prize, or just keep playing!
58. Click �Change Prize� to change your prize.
59. Sorry, you�re out of free spins for now!
60. Join my club and you can play some more.
61. Please try my club if you�d like to play some more.
62. You are invited to join my club.
63. Join now and you can play some more.
64. Goodbye.
65. Come back soon!
66. Thank you for playing Winster!


Note from Voices.com: A brief custom demo (three or four lines) of the script would be sufficient for this opportunity.

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