Game developer with 5+ years of industry experience available for contracts - Unity3D, C#

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    Attila0413 New Member

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    Hi there!

    I'm having a bit of spare time in this period due to the timing of our current project. For this reason, I'd be able to do some freelancing

    I've got 5+ years of experience working on videogames as a game developer, from big productions in 20+ people team in companies such as EA and King, to smaller team sizes running my own company and acting as game director.

    I've worked on games at all stages, from concept and prototyping to production, live release and maintenance, on all platforms, including mobile, web, console and PC.

    These days I'm mainly focusing on Unity3D, but feel free to check my LinkedIn profile to check my other skills, in case you need something else

    Remote work would be strongly preferred. I'm currently based in London. Also, only paid contracts please, no revenue share.

    For more info and a nice overview of my background please visit my website: http://www.attiliocarotenuto.com/
    Also, here's my LinkedIn profile: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/attiliocarotenuto

    If interested, feel free to contact me at attilio@himekigames.com

    Cheers!
     
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