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Ben Leffler @LefflerWebDesign

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Hiring: Aussie Flash Devs!

Posted by LefflerWebDesign - August 30th, 2010

Are you an awesome game developer looking to join a team of experienced Flash gurus? Operating out of our studio in North Sydney, 3RDsense is looking to hire a great Flash developer to build games and education activities for our broad range of clients.

If you are interested, or know someone who is - contact us at jobs@3rdsense.com

For more information on the role, please visit

I'm looking forward to working closely with one of you!


Ben Leffler.
Flash Team Manager
3RDsense Pty Ltd.

Hiring: Aussie Flash Devs!

Comments (8)

If you had said banner ads, GUI's or web design i would have been all over that. Ive been trying to get back into flash web work for 2 years now.

rubberninja is your best bet.. ask him for your animating needs

Unless you want it to look good, in which case he's shit.

Hey sorry that this isn't related to your subject, but I wanted to say that I paid for you Exmortis 3 and I gotta admit, it was hell. Probably one of the best games ever, people can cry all they want for not having a free game, but they don't know what they are missing. I hope you have a 4th on the way, if not, still hats off to you ;)

you created one of the most scary games i've ever played ; and i'm 13
nice work man , nice work . i'd love to play exmortis 4

Dude, you really should make Exmortis 4. That ending of the third game just made me go "What the fuck was that?" I know *SPOILERS* that it's ancient earth before man and beast, but that's the worst, most anticlimactic ending to a series ever. No offense, but I know you can do much better.

I agree with SerialKillerX about developing Exmortis 4. This game series already has a large fan-base and has been successful ever since the first game was released back in 2004. One could argue that all horror point-n-click games that have been made since 2004 could be using principles from the Exmortis game series. This is because the game has the perfect balance between horror, action, and puzzle solving. Right when you are on the edge of your seat waiting for something to happen, a puzzle may pop up and the player has no idea what to do because he or she might be focused on that pop-out moment that just occurred seconds earlier. The game series brought horror point-n-click games to a new level and by creating Exmortis 4 with modern technology it not only could once again define the horror point-n-click genre, but take it to the next level with a 3-D, Slenderman type point-n-click game. I have a huge passion for horror point-n-click games, but the Exmortis series brought that passion to a whole new level. I am a huge fan of the Exmortis game series and Ben Leffler you have done a magnificent job with it and all of the other flash games you have created; and creating Exmortis 4 would be the icing on the cake for the series. You have many fans and I am sure I can speak for all of them when I say "Please create an Exmortis 4!!!!" P.S. I would pay for the game again, but I cannot speak for others on that one.

We want Exmortis 4 !!