Searching Web Developer / Designer for Multiplayer Tower Defense Game

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by ForestRingGames, Mar 2, 2016.

  1. ForestRingGames

    ForestRingGames New Member

    Feb 4, 2016
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    Hello Web Developer / Designer!

    We're looking for you to create our upcoming competitive mobile game with us.

    In this multiplayer tower defense game two players build towers in their own field but also send units to their enemy.
    Before the game starts, the players choose five towers and units from a pool which they will use in the match.

    The goal is to create a competitively played multiplayer game that has an endless variety of different matchups and strategies.

    You could start immediately, though all necessary art will not be ready before 2-3 weeks.

    You can either work remote or in our office in Karlsruhe.

    [Your Tasks]
    -Creating a website for our game that contains
    -Landing Page
    -Development Blog (easy to edit)
    -Press Kit

[Your Skills]
    -Passionate Gamer
    -Experience in creating and designing websites
    -Excellent communication skills in English or German
    -Creativity and having fun bringing the game to life

    [Our Offer]
    -While this is an unpaid job, we offer you to experience the creation of our game with a young and highly motivated team
    -You can build up a portfolio and name us as a reference, we're also happy to draft a work certificate for you
    -All needed art will be provided, you can focus on the layout and development

    If you're interested please email to:

    We're looking forward to meet you.

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