German-speaking Hobby-Gamedevs for 2D MMORPG

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  1. Terrovania

    Terrovania New Member

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    Hello indiegamer-Community!

    I'd like to present you our German-speaking Hobby Project "Pentaquin" - developed by Terrovania Productions, a small group consisting of German students who develop their own MMORPG during their free-time.

    Since Pentaquin is a hobby project driven by students with limited time capabilities, we're constantly looking for more Hobby-Gamedevs who'd like to work on our project.

    Please notice that our team only speaks German!

    We're looking for developers in the following departments:
    • Frontend (Client) Java Programmierer
    • Backend (Server) Java Programmierer
    • Server-Administration (Linux)
    • Graphics (2D PixelArt, Animation, ConceptArt)
    • UI-Designer
    • GameDesigner (Level-& System-Designer)
    • Content- & Story Writer
    Apply here:
    https://pentaquin.com/mitmachen/

    more information about our job postings:
    https://pentaquin.com/mitmachen/wen-suchen-wir/

    Do you want to learn more about Pentaquin? Visit our website: www.pentaquin.com

    Best regards

    Christian Schaal
    Pentaquin Team-lead
     
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