[Paid] 2D Game Programmer

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  1. Blade

    Blade New Member

    Aug 1, 2016
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    My name is Maxime, but people tend to refer to me by my nickname Blade! I'm 21 years old and am a Freelance programmer from France!

    I am currently looking for some work, so this is what i'm proposing you!

    I am able to program pretty much anything, as long as it is 2D, and am not restricted to any engine. The engine i use is GameMaker:Studio, but am currently learning C# in Unity, but am not ready to propose myself as a C# programmer just yet.

    Here is a little information about me:
    I worked in game developement for roughly 8 years now, as a hobby developer. I learned how to swiftly and properly create game mechanics without any trouble whatsoever; as long as enough information has been given to me!

    I made multiple games for learning purposes (mainly the core feature of a game, nothing complete) just to earn experience, but also did some contest games way back; but also work for clients's games, but I can't tell you much about them (at least not here in the forums!), due to non-disclosure.

    Hiring informations:
    I only work with what is given to me! Which means i will not make any assets of any form, you (the client) will need to deliver that to me! Everything will be held under non-disclosure with a contract set up for that purpose.

    My rates are usually hourly, but the amount could also be fixed weekly, by which we would decide -depending on the amount- how many hours a week i would work on it!
    Also, Payment only via PayPal!

    For any additional information, please post a message here on the forums, or via Discord @Blade#2776

    Thanks for reading!

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