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[Revenue Share or Deliverables] Level Designer


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Hello All!

Our Indie startup Cryogen Labs is looking for a motivated, enthusiastic level designer who has a passion for games and creating lived in worlds utilizing Unreal Engine.

A little about us; Cryogen Labs is a small team of 10 who has been working on the title Primal Dominion, a Dinosaur infused first-person tactical shooter set in the late 90's. Among the team some of the standout previous works include experience under Epic Games, Electronic Arts and Void Interactive.

We are excited to be opening a contract Level Design position with potential to turn into revenue share based on performance and work.

Potential candidates must possess a majority of the following:

  • Friendly, Dedicated and Motivated Work Ethic
  • A Team Player Mindset
  • Knowledge of the Unreal Toolset
  • Experience (Amateur or Professional) with level design & environment composition.
  • Experience with the level design process.
  • Some experience with documentation.
  • Experience using Perforce or any equivalent source control software.

If you think this position is of interest to you, feel free to contact [email protected]

 

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