Unity Game Dev - Trading Card based Video Game

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by manki, Dec 5, 2016.

  1. manki

    manki New Member

    Dec 5, 2016
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    For creating our Trading Card based video game, we are currently looking to fill the role of a Unity based Game Developer within our core team:

    Age of Chains is a trading card based video game that plays in a futuristic world and that uses blockchain technology for bringing direct ownership of ingame items to its players.


    Inspired by Magic: The Gathering and Hearthstone, Age of Chains looks to go beyond known game dynamics to offer a truly unique and hooking gaming experience.

    We are currently a distributed team of 3, looking to revolutionize the gaming industry and are confident to reach our goal of creating a game that will have its place in the history books:

    Our game balance designer is creating the fundamental rules of the game as well as carefully balancing the cards against each other. Our blockchain specialist has the relevant knowledge for implementing the blockchain technology within our game and our CEO makes sure to bring everything together in the best way possible to reach our goals.

    Right now, we have the core game rules worked out and in order to get the technical game development done, we are looking for 1-3 passionate game developers who understand how to deliver an amazing gaming experience to the player, as well as being able to work independently, goal-oriented and also being teamplayers.

    If you are connecting with our spirit, please send your aplication to kiliankunst (at) gmail (dot) com, as we are looking to start the technical development of the game asap!

    Open Position - Game Developer:
    - Internship
    - Part-Time
    - Full-Time
    Framework: Unity
  2. DigitalShock

    DigitalShock New Member

    Dec 5, 2016
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    I think we can do this for you, what is the start date and deadline date for your project? I work with Digital Shock, more info about us at digitalshock.net or feel free to email me at info@digitalshock.net. Thanks!

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