Why should you translate your games into Polish?
By looking at the pictures in this thread you can see Poland in charts that show the top 10 countries by Gameplay. The Polish community on Roblox was already big ever since I had first joined in 2013 and keeps steadily growing ever since. Most of the community are children from the group ages of 13 and below; 13 to 18 that don’t speak English very well or at all.
Hi there! I’m Krunnie and I’m a 20-year-old college student from Poland that currently lives in the United States. As a kid, I used to live in the States for about 6 years (and went to school for about 3) before returning to Poland. Ever since I was young, I was fascinated with languages and usually spent my days seeking ways of learning another language and tried to communicate with others in the language that I was learning. According to the EU’s English Language Levels (CEFR), my English would be rated as Independent - Fluent (B2). I’m also a part of the Roblox Localization Team.
TOEFL Results with scoring explanation - proof of my English efficiency
Click here to see how to read the scores.
Translated posts from #public:public-updates-announcements
Games that I worked for (will be editing with time)
Payment and Other Information
I’m charging 25R$ (0.09$ - PayPal; or whatever you’ll negotiate with RLT) per word. I can also go with temporary game percentage payments until I earn the amount due + 10% extra. Unlike most translators, I also do tidying rewording some phrases to make it sound/look fancier and double-checking for free.
If you want me to translate anything else, then the prices will be negotiable depending on how much work (time + complexity), I’d have to put into this.
Monday & Friday: 4pm - 10pm
Tuesday & Thursday: Unavailable
Wednesday: 7pm - 10pm
Weekends: Depends if I have something planned to do.
I’m currently for hire!
You can also DM me here since I check the Forums daily.
Post last updated: 2020-01-06T05:00:00Z