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Posted by RisingLane on
Working title: Project Mirela
Short Decription: Emotional, First Person, Drama/Mystery/Adventure in the Unreal Engine
You play as a man named Aleron who chose to stay in a cabin in Montana in the Glacier National Park because his bond with his daughter, Mirela, has become too strong after his wife passed away.
After an interrupted call from Mirela he wants to get back to her but he quickly realizes that there seems to be no exit. He gets another call from a woman named Nora who claims to be in a similar situation. They have to work together to get out of their cabins but can Aleron trust Nora?
– Experience with creating deformable and efficient models with clean topology and optimized UV layouts
- Experience with sculpting believable human characters based on concept art
- Knowledge of human anatomy
– Passion for playing and developing games
– Bonus: Experience with the Unreal Engine
1. You will get percentages of the revenue
2. You will be part of an amazing and passionate team that you can trust and learn from
3. You will be part of a serious game company where your work matters, makes a difference and has a great impact, a company where you can grow through overcoming interesting challenges with the help of like-minded people, a company that has an awesome vision and always aims to create high quality and story driven games which focus on complex human relationships (A video that explains this vision in depth is only available on Trello)
4. You will be working on an emotional, story driven, and awesome game
5. You will have perks like support, flexible work, inspiration, chat rooms where you can have fun
6. You will have a chance of getting a full-time position
If you get accepted you will be added to the team on Trello.
Think you have what it takes to join the RisingLane Team? Cool! Contact us and we'll get back to you as soon as possible:
Sometimes true interest can be more important than skill. Show us this interest and the willingness to improve and I'm sure we can work something out!