I'm sorry that you seem to be getting negative reactions from your original post. However, there is a right way and a wrong way to ask for help. When I'm finished writing this post, I will close this thread and offer you an opportunity to start again.
I think the main problem was that you got off on the wrong foot with this thread. Your original post was a bit dramatic and negative. It should therefore come as no surprise that people are responding to it in a dramatic and negative way.
That said, everyone else should be doing their best not to react in a dramatic and negative way. Some have done so, and I thank those members. Others have been attempting to give encouragement, telling you to not give up. Though it may not be what you're asking for, it's at least a positive sentiment, and I thank them as well.
Now, how to rectify the situation:
If you want help with a specific task, such as creating a save system for your game, then the best way to go about it would be to create a Help/Tech thread stating clearly what you want to do and how you have tried to accomplish it. Stick to the facts. Posting a failed .cap showing what work you attempted is always a good idea, it will give others a basis to assist you from.
If instead what you are looking for is a team member to help with your project, then you need to show your work. All of it. Create a project thread and post your story outline, character sketches, sprites and tiles, screenshots, mockups, demos, music, etc. You can keep certain details secret so as not to spoil things, but there should still be a lot you can show. Tell us how it's going and where you want it to go. Tell us what you need. Make us interested. If people are interested in your project then it will be much more likely that someone will volunteer to help.
What not to do:
Don't play the victim. If you act like a victim then people will treat you like a victim. Saying things like "I give up, I'm at the end of my rope, this was my last hope" and whatnot is not such a good idea. You may be discouraged about the progress of your game (and it's okay to let people know that you're discouraged!), but try to keep from being overly dramatic and emotional about it. People will be much more likely to help you out or team up with you if you show you have a clear head and a definite goal that you are dedicated to. Change your attitude, change your approach. You can catch more flies with honey, and all that.
So. You probably didn't want to hear any of that either. That's okay. I'm more interested in giving people what they need as opposed to what they want. That's how I try to help. I hope that none of this was taken as rude or offensive because it certainly wasn't meant that way. I'm just trying to keep things real.
Now, go ahead and repost your thread. Either a Help/Tech thread asking about how to make a save system, or a Your Creations project thread advertising for a team member. Or hell, why not both? And try not to get too discouraged, if you keep at it then you'll get there eventually.