Level designer needed for puzzle game.

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  1. Russell

    Russell New Member

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    I have designed a new concept 2D puzzle game. I've currently designed 30-40 levels, but want to release the game with 90 to 120 levels. I have limited time want to focus on the other aspects of getting the game ready for release.

    If you like to design puzzles that deal with spacial logic and ordering, drop me a message. I'd prefer applicants who have experience designing puzzles, but if you don't have any experience I would be willing to let you design 2 or 3 puzzles and evaluate from there.

    I think an hourly rate is the best way to handle compensation.

    I can send applicants a video of game play for discussion.

    Thanks,

    Russell
     
  2. TimS

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    I sent you a PM!

    -T
     
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