Mobile Enhanced Fantasy Board Game

Job #28285

Job Posting Details

Job # 28285 Mobile Enhanced Fantasy Board Game

Posted Date
Nov 20, 2010 @ 18:44
Respond By
Nov 26, 2010
Word Count
0
Budget
$500 - $750
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Male
Age Range
Young Adult
Category
Videogames

Job Description

We are working on a board game that uses a mobile app as a companion for sound effects and audio queues. We're still in development, but we'd like a few initial sound bytes to work from, and then we'll be back for a large second round.

This particular project focuses on the goblin. Goblins are pushed into the arena with a treasure chest stuck to their hands, and told to race to the opposite side of the ring. Keywords to describe the goblin:

- Abused
- Intelligent
- Cute
- Comically frightened
- Crafty

The lines we'd like read for this project are below:

1) As a hero is about to punt the goblin into the audience: "Nooo! Not into the crowd!"
2) As the goblin spots a hero: "Ahhh! A human!"
3) As a goblin is about to be attacked: "No. No! Nooo!"
4) Goblin, being attacked: "Not again!"
5) Goblin, after being pushed into the arena: "What do I do, what do I do?!?!"

Note that all lines should be read relatively quickly. We don't want to keep the players away from the board game too long.

If you are able to other voices, we are looking for the following male cast:

- The Emperor: "Unleash the wolves!"
- The Ringmaster: "On the red platform stands the champion of Norgoth. Slayer of dreams and bringer of nightmares. The horrifying, the terrible... The Forsaken!"
- The Forsaken (a Darth Vader like evil knight): "I have not forgotten your treachery, Violette. Prepare yourself."
- Randolph (a satire hero of Gandolph from Lord of the Rings) : "Yes, yes. Let's just get this over with."

The budget range will depend on how many voices you can do. Right now we are just trying to find the right people, so this is more of an audition project. Hopefully I'm posting this project the right way!


 


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