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Evil Studios Limited


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ios

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\nEvil Apples is a filthy card & party mobile game that has attracted over 10 Million downloads on iPhone and iPad. You will be writing code for an app that is downloaded more often than AirBNB and Hearthstone!\n\nThe ideal candidate is a creative and ambitious developer who will be working on our flagship app, Evil Apples. You want to work on something BIG that is actually in the hands of MILLIONS of people. You are energetic about software and gaming, and want to keep building better things. We want to help you become a great iOS developer so you will be working closely with the co-founders of the company (both iOS devs) to learn our code-base and best practices. We are very serious about helping you to improve your own skills as an Objective-C (and Swift) developer.\n\nYou will be responsible for building out new features, adding slick animations, and brainstorming the future of this game. This position combines the freedom of working on your own project with the experience and structure of a small, focused company. \n\n\nRESPONSIBILITIES:\n\n\n* Improve existing Objective-C codebase\n\n* Creating new features for Evil Apples\n\n* Contributing and using Open Source libraries.\n\n* Making Evil Apples for iOS so good that you’d brag about it to your friends.\n\n\n


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