Many Hands SPC is seeking a Level Artist to join our startup team as we build Verses.gg – a digital Trading Card Game that focuses more on creative problem solving than violence, featuring card collectibles on the Tezos blockchain.
You will work closely with the Art Lead and the Design team to create 3D levels in Unity.
Compensation & Benefits
If interested, please contact [email protected] with your resume and either attachments or links to any of your past work or portfolio. Please include both the position you are interested in and your name in the subject line.
About Many Hands
Many Hands is a Social Purpose Corporation, which means we hope to make games responsibly both from a social and environmental perspective. With that vision in mind we want to develop a game with as little violence as possible, and want to hire a diverse range of employees. A big portion of our staff is either neurodivergent or has a mental illness, which is in part why we work only 30 hours per week. We are 10 people at the moment.
Our vision for Verses TCG is to reproduce the best part of paper trading card games (TCG) while making the best use of digital technology to reimagine and enhance gameplay.
Verses reimagines the TCG by taking the best of the following games:
Players should feel like they have a customized adventuring party that reflects their interests and style, and that they can creatively use their tools and experience to solve game challenges in their own unique way.
Our team members have led or participated in the development of Magic: the Gathering, Legends of Runeterra (the League of Legends TCG), Elder Scrolls: Legends, Pokemon, DC Dual Forces, and more.
Equal Opportunity Employer Statement
Many Hands SPC is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, and empowering workplace. We believe that having staff, interns, consultants, and volunteers with diverse backgrounds enables Many Hands SPC to better meet our mission and serve game-loving communities around the world. We recognize that opportunities in games and other creative industries have historically excluded and continue to disproportionately exclude women, POC and Indigenous people, people from working class backgrounds, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ people. We strongly encourage individuals with these identities to apply.