Game Company (Looking for Recruitment)


About Us

Hi there! We are Broadway Pixels, LLC. A upcoming game development team. We’re looking for builders, scripters and artists who are willing to join our team and work with us on our new upcoming games. (We are brainstorming still what type of game to start with, however we do have a few ideas in mind.)

About The Job

We are looking for professional builders, scripters and artists to join our team. We expect high quality builds. Good communication skills are appreciated; we check team progress daily and want to maintain a healthy relationship with one another.


Payments can be either weekly, monthly or percentage based.

Contact Us

You can contact us here on the Developer Forum, via Twitter at: or Discord: Broadway Pixels ®#1710


You must be 16 years or older to apply.

Thanks for reading! :slight_smile:


How would payment work exactly? Do you accept USD, or just robux? I’m guessing it is through group funds?

How much are you willing to offer to each member of the team? Do you have any development funds put aside yet?

Good luck with your startup.


Any more info on who you guys are? I tried googling you and not much came back.

Check discord server

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We accept USD and Robux, whichever someone prefers. And as far as what we are willing to pay, it all depends on how much the person is gonna put towards the project and what they offer, we don’t have a set budget atm.

We are a game company, we developed mobile and some private servers in the past, but we recently are starting to get into Roblox Gaming.

How strict are you when it comes to the 16+ requirement for the position? To my understanding - sometimes this is mostly down to maturity of the developer and other similar reasoning.

Is this requirement totally enforced for all candidates or are you willing to give someone slightly younger a shot if they can develop well within a mature environment? You haven’t really given much reason as to why this is the case.

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No way is this because of legal reasons if they’re misusing registration symbols.

Chances are, the leads themselves are 16. Alternatively, it can be catch-all for stuff like time management skills.


I’m not sure if I’ll be fully honest. His Twitter links to an account that looks like a private account instead of a company one. Their website’s kinda broken as well. This seems really suspicious.


Not to mention, legal reasons usually relate to being 18+, rather than 16+.


The rules are different in the EU/UK, so I was taking that into consideration.


So, i went to the website and looked at it.

Considering that i saw stuff like this…

and this…

I dont think this team is trustable enough…is stealing assets from abandoned Disney games supposed to convince developers to work with you? And if you were a legit company, wouldnt Disney just sue you in the future?

Plus your Youtube, Twitch and Twitter has gaming content instead of…normal app company related content like…trailers for your games…or live gameplay from the games you made…

And some of the games advertised doesnt even show up on Google either…

Look, if you’re new to game developing and dont have much funds to offer, just say so. It’s better to just say so now than have team members arguing about pay later.


To clear up all the confusion, we make no profits off our private servers, there is many servers such as Disney’s Toontown Online including Toontown Rewritten, as far as the trade mark, we trademarked a few things including our logo and icons and certain assets we don’t want being stolen, Broadway Pixels, LLC is a registered company, (Google is your best friend to find out more) also I am the owner so that’s why the twitter account is linked to my own profile, I usually just post all updates via there, we are a smaller company so we are in no means a big company, however I do pay certain staff that help develop our mobile side and there is also contracts we can setup to ensure people get paid from here. If anyone else has questions, do feel free to ask.

Also to reply better on why Google might not be showing some of the games, the playstore did remove a few of the games that we have to resubmit since they were older and we haven’t updated since all their new polices and changes since then. There is games on there, and they are up there, just there is a few that we still need to resubmit.

Hm, tbh i sorta think you should wait until you get the games back on the play store and then hire people.

The apps are probably the team’s source of income, so it’s better to get your apps back on there first.

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