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Jolly Bear Games is looking for an experienced HTML5 JavaScript/TypeScript programmer to assist our successful casual game team. We are an independent California-based casual game developer and our games are played by MILLIONS of people all over the world. Candidates are not required to be local, but they will be expected to work remotely and should be comfortable using technology to stay in close communication with the development team.

 

http://www.jollybear.com

 

Job Description 

Work with the Jolly Bear team to implement HTML5 games using TypeScript and PixiJS (or other similar 2D game engines). The job will involve porting existing Flash games to HTML5 and also creating new game titles.

 

Experience Required

* At least 3 years of production experience with HTML5 development using TypeScript or JavaScript (experience with TypeScript is highly desirable).

* At least 1 year of game-specific experience. PixiJS experience is preferred.

* Experience with Flash ActionScript 3 using Flash Develop or Flex/Flash Builder is highly desirable.

 

Skills Required

* Expert in JavaScript/TypeScript programming.

* Ability to optimize graphics-intensive code to run smoothly in all targeted browser environments.

* Familiarity with PixiJS or other 2D game engines.

* Familiarity with various Social Networking APIs.

* Proficiency in Flash ActionScript 3 programming.

* Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

* Well-organized and systematic in approach to tasks.

 

This is a contract position.

 

If you are interested in this position, you should email your resume to jobs@jollybear.com

 

Submissions must include links to HTML5 game projects that you have completed.

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Hi, glad to see such contract position. Have experience with Flash Develop (AS3) and HTML5 (Phaser for example) and also with porting from AS3 to Phaser and from Phaser to PIXI. Will send you cv soon. Here are few screenshots from my Flash and HTML5 projects:  

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On 2/22/2019 at 9:08 AM, Jolly Bear Games said:

Jolly Bear Games is looking for an experienced HTML5 JavaScript/TypeScript programmer to assist our successful casual game team. We are an independent California-based casual game developer and our games are played by MILLIONS of people all over the world. Candidates are not required to be local, but they will be expected to work remotely and should be comfortable using technology to stay in close communication with the development team.

 

http://www.jollybear.com

 

Job Description 

Work with the Jolly Bear team to implement HTML5 games using TypeScript and PixiJS (or other similar 2D game engines). The job will involve porting existing Flash games to HTML5 and also creating new game titles.

 

Experience Required

* At least 3 years of production experience with HTML5 development using TypeScript or JavaScript (experience with TypeScript is highly desirable).

* At least 1 year of game-specific experience. PixiJS experience is preferred.

* Experience with Flash ActionScript 3 using Flash Develop or Flex/Flash Builder is highly desirable.

 

Skills Required

* Expert in JavaScript/TypeScript programming.

* Ability to optimize graphics-intensive code to run smoothly in all targeted browser environments.

* Familiarity with PixiJS or other 2D game engines.

* Familiarity with various Social Networking APIs.

* Proficiency in Flash ActionScript 3 programming.

* Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

* Well-organized and systematic in approach to tasks.

 

This is a contract position.

 

If you are interested in this position, you should email your resume to jobs@jollybear.com

 

Submissions must include links to HTML5 game projects that you have completed.

A message sent via e-mail with title "Experienced HTML5/Flash game studio is open for collaboration". Thanks.

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