Translators needed

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  1. vbovio

    vbovio New Member

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    Hello,

    I'm working on a new version of my game Creepy Dungeons [Link].
    I like to translate the description text that appears in the front end of various App Stores to several languages.
    I'm mainly interested on German, French, Italian, Chinese & Russian, but will consider other languages as well (I already have Spanish & Japanese).
    The text to translate is similar plus a bit more of what is currently displayed on the iOS & Mac app stores.

    Please PM if interested, thanks!
     
  2. vbovio

    vbovio New Member

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    Positions are filled now.
     
  3. wanbilucky

    wanbilucky New Member

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    I could help with a Vietnamese translation if you're interested :) .
     
  4. Paco Juan

    Paco Juan New Member

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    Native Spanish and Catalan
    Good level of English and French
     
  5. Frederik77

    Frederik77 New Member

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    Nice game. I can make a Danish translation if this is still relevant.
     
  6. TV3

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    Good level of Italian translation.
     

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