Feel free to leave in that case.
This is a hobbyist community. We don’t really need you.
Although, you might want to consider changing your presentation when you address other communities - if you plan on getting anyone even remotely interested in working with you.
That whole “I am <insert your name here>, and my game company is called <insert game company name here>” textbook presentation, will only make you look more professional if:
- You already have a few significant projects under your belt.
- You clearly present what your next project actually is.
- You state exactly what positions are available, along with the pay offered for each position.Otherwise, the aforementioned presentation just makes you look like a clown with delusions of grandeur…And yea, a bit of a spammer too.
If you can’t satisfy the 3 prerequisites above, your best bet is to start working on a game by yourself (at least until you reach a small demo stage). Then with that to show, maybe you can attract some developers (in communities like this one) to help you transform that demo into a full fledged game.
*Keep in mind: Your level of humility when attempting to recruit developers should be inversely proportional to the amount of money you’re offering as compensation for their skills.
That said; the decision as to what you should do is yours to make. However, from what I’v seen in this thread so far, I wouldn’t want to work with you.