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  1. We are looking for HTML5 Game Developers who have experience in many different areas of software development and adapts easily to new technology. We are very flexible. If you live in Vancouver, Canada and are interested in a full-time role - great! If not, we'd still love to hear from you on a contract basis. If you are interested and already busy with other projects, please contact us and let us know your current / future availability. Your key responsibility is to lead the HTML5 (HTML5/CSS/JS) development, both for new games specifically designed for HTML5, as well as converting an exi
  2. HTML5 Game Developers Needed for a 2 Month Home Based Contract Thanks for taking the time check my post out. I'm currently recruiting for an excellent Games company who are based in New York, however they are looking to recruit an excellent HTML 5 Developers for a new operation they're looking to launch in the UK/Europe. This would be a remote / Home based Contract on a 2 month basis that is paying £350 per day. Skills: HTML5 / Javascript / Create.JS / Phaser / Node.js / GRUNT / GIT / Porting / Wireframing / Frameworks They're looking to recruit someone ideally with previous experienc
  3. 6 Month Contract Position - HTML5 Game Developer / Phaser I have an awesome opportunity to work on the Phaser game engine, developing HTML5 games within the casino, bingo, slots gaming sector. If you have experience with Phaser , then please get in touch. 3 Developers on the current team have secured positions through this forum - so please apply or email me and we can have a chat. This is a 6 month ( HOME BASED) contract position with a contract rate of £340 per day - Must be able to work UK hours with the rest of the teams. Specification; HTML5 (Canvas) JavaScript developer
  4. Hello! I am currently looking for an HTML5 developer who can come on board immediately to convert a flash game into mobile, tablet and desktop compatible HTML5 game. This is a paid position. You must have experience with the following: Flash: The native files and file assets are in .fla format. HTML5: You will be converting the games into mobile, tablet and desktop compatible HTML5 Git Repository: Experience preferred but we can easily show you how. Phaser: Ideally, I would like someone who would be able to use Phaser, however, the right candidate should be able to pick it up without a pr
  5. Hi all! I'm going to sell my first non-exclusive license. My client asked me to prepare an invoice and a contract. So I have some questions that I'd like to ask to more experienced devs like you. I found this invoice generator. In the From field, what should I write? Only my name and surname, or also my address, website URL, email address, ...? And for Client field? I've never written a contract from scratch. Do you have some advices about how to write it? Maybe an example of a "skeleton" of a contract? I have clear in mind the conditions I want to write, but I haven't a clue about how to str
  6. "Selling a game license, finalizing a deal for revenue shares from IAP or subscription revenues is always connected with big portion of time spent on negotiations, and setting up an agreement conditions. Since the beginning of finding new business opportunities there is always the same process which in many cases may be hard, exhausting, annoying, and it can take away the time you could spend on developing parts of the game you started. Unfortunately, if you really care that your game will be safely licensed to a sponsor/publisher, you should really put highest focus on this process. The time
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