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Looking for iOS game developer

05-03-2011, 07:26 PM
Joined: May 2011
Posts: 1
Looking for iOS game developer

Were looking for an experienced and talented iOS game developer who can work with us to develop a series of 10+ casual games over the coming weeks. Wed initially want to start with a single game project, ex. a simple carnival Duck Shoot game (http://goo.gl/cRyZS) where we would provide all of the art assets, sound assets, and detailed game rules but look forward to your input and suggestions as well. Let us know if youre interested and we can send additional project details. Once weve completed the first game, wed want to work together on the remaining games (art/sound/game rules already prepared for most) which are primarily casual 2D games although a couple more challenging games as well. Were pretty flexible and happy to work on a project by project basis or time basis - our priority is simply to work with great developers who take pride in their work.

If you are interested, let us know and we can send over some additional details on the initial Duck Shoot game project and discuss other details. If not, if you have any friends whose code you respect and who may be interested, feel free and refer them to us. You can reach us at christina@pbjgaming.com
05-03-2011, 08:08 PM
Joined: Dec 2009
Location: Berlin, Germany
Posts: 1,674
you might want to add the little tiny mostly unimportant piece of information

if this is a paid job or not.

05-04-2011, 03:04 AM
Joined: Jan 2009
Location: Switzerland
Posts: 194
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If you want to pay the developer, try posting on sites like Elance or oDesk.
If not, good luck

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05-04-2011, 06:35 AM
Paid job listings are perfectly welcome here. No reason why she can't post here AND some of the freelance sites. But it should be made clear if this is a paid job or not. And by paid, most professionals mean money in their pocket before release, not a "partnership" with a hope of percentage of the profits.

These service and trade forums get a bad reputation because of the 13 year olds that come in here trumpeting their greatest-game-idea-evar that they expect someone to work for free on. Maybe justly deserved. I definitely check here regularly to snicker at the posts and responses.

That being said, if someone professional posted a paid project here... one with a real budget... and it looked like something worth getting involved in, I would seriously consider it. I'm sure others would too.

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