Remember La Pucelle Tactics? It was that type of game where I thought, "Damn, I should pick that up." Then, due to lack of funds, I forgot about it, and it faded into obscurity. That said, I'm glad the company has decided to make a new game, which, as the title of this article implies, is in need of a Web site. To be more specific, a promotional Web site that incorporates Flash, along with your typical videos and screenshots.
I know we have a few talented programmers out there. The original post from Authentic Jobs is after the break. If you apply, don't forget to tell them that Dtoid sent ya. If they don't know who Dtoid is, don't work for them. I'm watching you.
Freelance | 10 November 2006
(Anywhere) We need a promotional website for a videogame. It is an action RPG, done in cute and bright Japanese anime style, has a very good story, and it is beautiful.
The site needs to have the usual bells and whistles expected of such a product, designed with Flash movement and a user interface that feels lively. It needs to sell the game to the right target.
We've got videos, music clips, tons of images. No shortage of material to play with! This is going to be a fun project for the right person (or team).
If you (or your company) is interested, we'd be delighted to talk to you. The project will start pretty much immediately.
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