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PC [Rev-share]Level Editor - 3D Sci-fi RPG.

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Starboard Games LLC is looking for a highly professional, qualified, indie team developer to join our ambitious INT project.

INT is an upcoming Science Fiction RPG that has been in continual development for several years. The team is in need of a Level Editor and Designer to join the team to work on the development of the game. This position does not require you to be a programmer or 3D artist.

The INT team is a large, international team, focused on the development of a core demo which will showcase RPG elements and core features for fundraising and investors. We are a friendly and passionate bunch and hope you will apply soon to be part of our team. Please review the job requirements and responsibilities below.

As the INT Level Editor you will be the individual on the team who received art assets and builds the level to Game Dev requirements. This position will require a knowledge of the Unity Game Engine, but not programming or art asset creation knowledge.

Our levels have been mapped out and annotated with setup notes. While these setup notes and blueprints should be followed, as our Designer you can feel free to be creative in the setup process. When you place assets and design exterior and interior spaces you can be creative in how you build these spaces out.

Responsibilities:

  1. Placement of assets according to design requirements.
  2. Ability to think creatively and design portions of the level when required.
  3. Perform adjustments to aid in level optimization.

 

REQUIREMENTS

  1. Knowledge of the Unity Game Engine
  2. Experience using Unity and importing/setting up levels in Unity
  3. Experience optimizing levels in Unity
  4. Ability to work under Team Leads
  5. Must be able to take feedback constructively
  6. Must be able to interpret and decipher maps and notes to set up the level

 

BENEFITS

We are extremely conscientious of our work and continuously uphold a high level of quality throughout our project. However, as an independent studio currently unfunded, we are unable to offer wages or per-item payments at this time. However revenue-sharing from crowd-funding is offered to team members who contribute 15-20 hours per week to company projects, as well as maintain constant communication and adhere to deadlines. Currently the crowd-funding campaign is scheduled for the year 2018. Your understanding is dearly appreciated.

 

OTHER OPEN POSITIONS

Animations Rigger

Website Administrator

PR Manager

Unity Programmer

Thank you for your time! We look forward to hearing from you!

TO APPLY

Please send your CV/Resume, as well as (the link to) your portfolio to: JohnHR@int-game.net.

Kindest regards,

John Shen
HR Lead
Starboard Games LLC

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