JavaScript Developer - Isometric Tilebase MMO Metaverse Game

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  1. Tadej Bukovec

    Tadej Bukovec New Member

    Dec 25, 2021
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    The project is currently unnamed by an experienced blockchain company that has been in the industry for a while with the last project acquiring 10k Twitter followers, and 15k Telegram members in a month.

    The game will be a Tilebase MMO game where users can interact with one another, take part in mini-games, acquire various NFT's such as buildings, house design, clothing, appearance, and more.

    Languages required for the
    The majority of the game backend is complete as of the moment. Currently required work on client frontend, isometric tilemap, pathfinding, placing objects, player inventory, chatting, and much more.
    There are many bugs & updates to run over still as this is a new project.

    Languages required:
    -JavaScript ES6
    -HTML5 Canvas
    -Isometric 2d game engine

    This position is currently part-time or full-time depending on your preference, but we would prefer to have a 7 day paid trial period of your work and have you on board depending on your interest in the project afterward for longer.

    Please reach out to me personally with:
    -Experience as a developer, and in the specified languages with how many years of experience you have in each of them.
    -Your interest in the position as a possibility to be a part or full-time employee.
    -How much would you value your work to be valued as in per hour, monthly, or any kind of format with the currency of your preference.

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