You love games and/or occasionally dabble. Yes? Good.
Have you ever played a game that left you wondering if it went through any testing? Or have you always wanted to be one of the testers whose candid feedback shaped game releases?
Or do you just love the thrill of early access to multimedia, especially games?
Yes, yes, yes? Drumroll, you’re in luck.
Leti Arts, the guys behind the cool and interactive Africa’s Legends comic and a number of African inspired mobile games need game testers.
Just head to this page and fill in your details. You’ll be contacted once games are ready for testing.
For the love of games, sign up.
Leti Arts is a games studio based in Ghana and Kenya, producing interactive media products based on African history and folklore.
While you’re at it, peep this CNN feature on Leti Arts here and download the Africa’s Legends comic app here (Android).
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