Spronx

Looking for LEVEL DESIGNER (open world RPG)

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Hi guys,
I'm Andy from StriX Interactive 1f642.png and we are

LOOKING FOR A LEVEL DESIGNER

to join us on this incredible adventure of developing Blood Oath. Open world fantasy 3rd person RPG in the style of The Witcher.

We plan to launch a Kickstarter campaign by the end of the year. So it's not a paid job yet.

We need someone capable of making terrain according to the world map that we have and over all level design [UNITY engine]. We have a great team and want YOU to be a part of it. 1f642.png

Contact us on our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/StriXInteractive/

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