[quote="megatronx":c9brjgck]I want to make a game that will be fast to develop. But I can't came up with any ideas that r not epic.[/quote:c9brjgck]
Quickly and epic are mutually exclusive. Pick one or the other.
[quote="megatronx":c9brjgck]What shall i do? Shall I finished my epic project on paper and so some artwork to go with it and then look for a company that would make it?[/quote:c9brjgck]
The chances of that working are almost nil.
[quote="megatronx":c9brjgck]Or shall i continue on thinking on some little game?[/quote:c9brjgck]
As someone making a 'mini' RPG as practice that's taking over two years to complete, I tell you: try smaller games until you have some sort of idea about how to design software efficiently. Like maybe a mini version (or a practice chapter) of the game you want to make entirely for fun and to learn the ropes, it also can work both as a prototype and proof of concept, and practice for the epic game you want to make.
If you're going to even attempt something epic, you have to design the code base very well from the start. By making a mini version, you'll learn a ton about it.
I also would reccommend holding off until C2 for anything epic. C1 is managing my mini RPG, but the IDE has some performance problems which are making it in some ways difficult to work with.
Oh, and don't worry about it - going epic and having trouble coming up with something simpler is a common problem.