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2D Artists 

Environment Artists

Engineers/Programmers

 

Been working on a project for 6 months now and looking to expand the team.

Fans of MOBA's this may appeal to you.

 

Project Details

 

Once the initial demo is completed a Kickstarter campaign will be created.

Contact info is in the flyer, if interested please email me

 

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