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Posted by Infamous Edge on
We are looking for programmers to help with the development of our game Timeworn Undead. We are currently in the pre-production phase of the project. This phase of the project will end on July 1st. From there we will be in full production. We have the basic idea fleshed out and are looking for help with completing a demo.
The goal of the project is to create a game with a 5-6 hour run time. That will be sold on the Steam and Unreal Marketplaces. The game will be created using Unreal Engine 4. After completing the pre-production aspects to a high quality, we will begin working on the prototype to get all of the functionality created. We will then start a Kickstarter to help generate income to finish the production aspect of the project. The game will be released on January 1st of 2020.
Here is a link to our project page which is still under construction: Indiedb.com
3 - Concept Artist | 2 - 3D Artist | 1 - Writer | 1 - Level Designer | 1 - Programmer | 1 - Interface Designer
1 - Social Media Moderator/Marketing
Your role on the team would be to work with the current programmer to complete all of the necessary game-play and interface mechanics. While also helping the game run smoothly and efficiently.
C++ or Blueprint coding inside Unreal Engine 4
Ability to work with others
Strong Work Ethic
Ability to accept and learn from criticism
Knowledge using Subversion/Cloudforge for source control is a major plus.
The intended release date is January 2020.
This project is for profit share. This means that any money generated from game sales and Kickstarter will be split among all team members based on the amount of work completed from that team member. Each member will also have to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement before any work is assigned.
For more information please send a link to your portfolio or previous works to to email@example.com. Please put "UE4 Programmer" in the title. Thank you.