2D artist and promotion manager wanted for new game (prototype available)

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  1. Aperico

    Aperico New Member

    Sep 15, 2015
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    We are looking for more people to top off our team. We are looking for a talented 2D artist and an experienced “hands-on” promotion manager.

    The game is a hybrid of Hearthstone and Summoner. In other words a multiplayer card game with turn based 3D battle and crafting. So far we have 3 modes: Solo campaign, casual game and ranked game. In casual and ranked modes you will play against other players in real time through one of our two servers (EU and NA) Supported platforms are: Android, Windows, Mac and Linux. iOS will be added later by a third party. We will distribute the game on Steam and the Google Play Store. The game will be free to play and all revenue will come from the in-game gem store.

    We have an early prototype ready and it is live on our EU server. There is also a short video showing how the prototype’s GUI and gameplay looks. The finished game will of course have a lot more features and the 2D graphics and music in the prototype are only placeholders.

    Currently the team is made up of a passive investor who has invested money for servers, fees and marketing, one programmer/project leader and one music/sfx composer. Everyone on the team will be working for profit share.

    We are only looking for dedicated coworkers who wants to be a part of the process of making the game, not just a freelancer. We are aiming to make this a great product and hope to be continually improving on it. We estimate to have something for release in about six months. If you are interested please contact me with some info about yourself and your experience. Thank you!

    If you have any questions about the game or the movie or anything else please let me know.

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