Game Developers wanted for new product.
- Status Closed
- Budget $3000 - $5000 USD
- Total Bids 33
We am looking for an individual or a team to assist our company to develop a series of games that will be designed specifically to be played on the web, in phone Apps or on Facebook. The game concept is sporting based and the right applicant must have a good knowledge of sport in general and perhaps be an avid fan of one or more sports.
The game will be a management based game that will allow the player to start with a low rank and undergo tasks that will allow them to increase their abilities and unlock more opportunities etc. This is not a new concept but the game play will be unique. Ideally we would like someone who has developed similar games in the past and who can demonstrate and ability to work towards deadlines. A detailed scope of works will be made available to the right applicants to further advance the quote and apply time frames to the work. The applicant will be asked to deliver both sides of the game play including programming and graphics so will need access to a network of people for assistance in areas that need attention.
We would expect a working prototype of the game play within three months of the contract commencing and would expect to have a full scale launch within six months. The successful applicant must have excellent communication skills and be able to manage a team as well as deliver progress reports to the financial backers. I great deal of thought will be given to those who articulate their first response with the type of communication skills we are looking for. Any posts that simply say hire me and look at my work without responding specifically to our application will be considered last.Get free quotes for a project like this
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