Looking for Concept Artist for Puzzle Platformer

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  1. Panic Vault

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    Greetings All!

    We're a small studio (2 people) located in Charlotte North Carolina in the US, and we're looking for someone to help us with concept art on our next game. We're looking for artists who can help us create landscapes, mostly space themed, object concepts, and in general help us define the universe for the game. You can find some rough info on the project below:

    Working Title: PULSAR
    Early Demo: https://globalgamejam.org/2018/games/pulsar

    Concept Pitch: https://tinyurl.com/ybxsdhzw

    Synopsis: Pulsar is a puzzle platformer where the player navigates of a beam of light through space, and ship wreckage. Players must navigate their environment through puzzle solving, upgrading the light beam, and creatively using their surroundings.

    Target Platforms: Mac, PC, Nintendo Switch

    If you're interested in working with us on this project please reach out to alan.shields@panicvault.com for more information. You can also get more info on us by visiting our site (only has a link to DKBDS at the moment), or check out our development blog at https://blog.panicvault.com/

    Thank you, and we look forward for hearing from you!

    - PV
     

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