[Profit Share]Project nearing public demo release looking for multiple talents!

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  1. INTwindwolf

    INTwindwolf New Member

    Sep 24, 2014
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    Starboard Games LLC is an indie gaming studio comprised of highly professional and friendly people. We love and share our work amongst team members, offer constructive feedback and strive to improve ourselves at personal and organizational levels.

    The gameplay demo of our main project 'INT' is currently under internal testing and nearing public release, then our funding campaigns will follow. More information at: http://www.indiedb.com/members/intgame/news/int-year-1-in-review

    We are looking for an Unity Engine Coder to design, develop, and maintain essential game systems using c#. You will need to be experienced with Unity and script writing in c#, and be able to follow explicit instructions from Project and Department Leads.
    Essential requirements
    1. Strong knowledge of design, implementation, mathematics and data structures.
    2. Strong knowledge of script writing in c#, and reasonable understanding of object-oriented programming.
    3. Ability to meet deadlines.
    4. Willing to learn and be flexible on the team.

    We are also looking for an Animator to design, develop, and implement animations for the game.
    Essential requirements
    1. Have working knowledge of appropriate animation suites needed to produce files necessary for game engine integration.
    2. Translate written requirements into visually rich media experiences.
    3. Able to handle multiple tasks and deliver results in a timely manner.

    In addition to the above, we are also recruiting for multiple side projects.

    We are looking for a 2D Artist to design and develop icons, logos, promotional images and concept drawings for use on our projects.
    Essential requirements
    1. Be familiar with image creation software such as Adobe Photoshop.
    2. Have knowledge of creating digital 2D work for video and print.
    3. Able to create intuitive UI icons for interactive games.
    4. Able to follow instructions and act upon feedback if needed.

    Also we are looking for a Comic Artist to help complete our initial digital graphic novel, 'Tens Day', which will be released in six micro instalments to both provide background lore and to generate extra revenue. Tens Day takes place in the same, neo-colonial universe of INT; its narrative tracks the fallout of an attack at a resort hotel, in which the worlds of military, drug cartels, assassins and petty thieves intertwine and clash as interstellar civil war is on the brink of eruption.
    Essential requirements
    1. Working knowledge of all stages of comic creation process, including coloring.
    2. Able to adhere to established Tens-Day concepts and character designs.
    3. Able and willing to provide consistent progress reports and attend online meetings.
    4. Able follow instructions and act upon feedback.

    We offer profit sharing from crowd-funding and sales revenue generated to compensate full-time team members, who spend 15-20 hours per week on company projects and meet deadlines. Compensation models may be discussed during subsequent interviews.

    We thank you for your time and are looking forward to hearing from you!


    John S
    HR Director
    Starboard Games LLC

    To Apply
    Please send your Cover Letter, CV, Protfolio (if applicable), and other relevant documents/information to this email: JohnHR@int-game.net

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