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Hello,

The core members of our LLC are looking to start a new IP, we are currently looking for a  skilled procedural terrain generation specialist. 

We are planning to have the game in UE4.

You will be working with skilled individuals, which have 7 years of experience in their occupation

Compensation will be discussed during the time of onbording.

.If your interested please email secretreality7@gmail.com

Past work:

http://www.moddb.com/mods/tiberium-secrets

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