You're looking for a Game Tester?

Discussion in 'Other Services' started by D4niel, Dec 1, 2015.

  1. D4niel

    D4niel New Member

    Dec 1, 2015
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    Hello everyone!

    My name is Daniel and I'm interested in testing games! I'm searching for experience in order to become more professional. This year (2015) I already worked in the business for a few months and supported an indie-developer over several weeks with bug-reports and suggestions, including screenshots and short video clips - and now I'm looking for more!

    I'm open to any kind of genre, even though I have my experiences and preferences: platformers, survival, sanbox games and occasionally I love to play shooter! If this is important to you - for targeting reasons for instance - some more facts about me: I'm 27 years old, from Germany, visited university, spend several hours with games a day (PC), experienced with YouTube.

    As mentioned I'm open to all the different projects as long as they are promising. For my purposes this means:
    • the game is in a late alpha or beta cycle, so you won't drop it by any means,
    • it claims to be a high quality product,
    • you have a platform to report bugs; like a forum, a mailing system or a specific software like Mantis or Jira (preferred). I'm sorry to say that I refuse Steam forums.
    • The testing process includes at least bug reporting. I can also provide balancing, gameplay and leveldesign feedback and suggestions. My German is on a very high level, so I can also take a look at your German loc, in case there is one.
    I offer you may testing services for free: Instead of just playing, I enjoy testing (as repetitive and stressful it might be). My benefit is the experience I gain and possible references for my future career. All I ask from you is that your game will be as good as it can be! : )

    In case you have any questions , do not hesitate! - Since the subject is quite complex it would be suspicious if you and me, we both wouldn't have some! It's best you contact me via email :
    Thanks for reading!

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