[FOR HIRE] Level designer, Writer, QA tester - I am all three!

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  1. TonyCooper

    TonyCooper New Member

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    Greetings,

    My name is Tony Cooper and I have worked in the games industry for 16 years.

    I have:

    - 7 years experience in level design across Unreal, Unity and custom game engines (racing games, first person shooters, top-down ARPG)
    - 7 years experience as a QA team leader (all genres, PC and all major consoles of the time)
    - 5 years experience as a self-published author and freelance writer

    I can do:

    - Level design: from 2D layouts to 3D blockouts to setting up gameplay triggers and logic using UE4 blueprints, PlayMaker, or whatever custom system you employ
    - Game testing: from hands-on testing with bug reports to production of high-level game test plans with time and manpower estimates
    - Writing: game narrative – world lore, flavour text, game dialogue (linear and branching), quest text, etc.

    I am looking for PAID remote work involving any or all of my skills, and can start immediately.

    Message me for more information,
    Thanks!

    LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/tonycooper3
    Portfolio: https://tonycooper.carbonmade.com/
     

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