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Old Jun 18th, 2013, 11:46 PM   #1
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Looking for Java developer for games


My team is looking to bring on an extra hand to be used part time, potentially long-term and very casual work. We are building a mobile game development company in our spare time and we're getting to the point where two of us is not enough to handle work, family/friends, future projects as well as maintaining released projects.

We're hoping to bring someone onto the team who will focus on maintaining current releases on a casual basis. This means adding a few extra levels to the games, maybe an item or two (all assets supplied) to in-game inventories to be used during gameplay, etc. We typically focus on action/arcade games (Search 'Kill The Zombies' or 'ST Earth' on Google Play for more info)

Additionally, we are not looking for a 10-year super experienced developer to work with us. We're looking for someone who's interested in getting their name out there, adding some projects to their portfolio, or just looking for a few extra dollars a month. Someone still in school would be most beneficial for both parties.

Payment will be determined on a per-level/item basis; we're considering something along the lines of $5 per level, which is not too bad considering level creation can take anywhere between 10-50 minutes and it is stress-free work with a very simple creation system. Again, while $5 per hour is relatively low, if you've been working in the field for some time, we are more interested in someone still programming as a hobby or who needs to build their portfolio (names will be included within in-game credits to show off to family/friends/potential employers)

If interested, concerned, or just have some questions about the opportunity, feel free to contact me and I will get back to you.
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