[Rev-Share] Hiring 1 dev (C#+Unity) & PR/Marketing

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  1. Imperium42

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    As seen at GDC 2016,https://www.Throne-of-Lies.com

    We are a small team, part time, 5 to 10 hrs per week all on Rev share. We have made it very far very fast, starting as nobodies and having a solid foundation for our game with Unity staff members themselves demoing our game as the presentation model for showing off their new features, and will return at GDC Europe and Unite.

    We plan a Kickstarter soon (Well, if all is smooth) once things come together enough.

    We have 2 pr guys, 1.5 developers (I'm a dev, myself, but I'm sort of doing a bit of everything), 1.5 2d artists (1 is an intern), a 3d artist, and a investor/HR.

    Our website fans out to social sites so check us out a bit and see if we are for you.

    For c# guy, MPlayer and PlayFab experience would be valuable but not required, but Unity experience IS required and will ask for experience.

    Expected hours is 1 percent per hour worked/wk, so 5hrs per week for 5 percent to start: 3wk probation/trial. Everyone passed except a couple so far, so it's generally promising. Communication via Discord chat required (text not voice). Initiative and communication is important.

    Email Elsa@imperium42.com for further details and provide some info.

    Cheers!
     

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