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June 3, 2004 at 5:02 pm #3229AnonymousInactive
Found these jobs vacances on gamesindustry.biz
and these other 3 are with a diferent comp
Anyone have any ideas who these be with???
June 4, 2004 at 8:58 am #12466AnonymousInactive
OK, who was founded 4 years ago :)
June 4, 2004 at 8:59 am #12467Jamie McKeymaster
More than likely Kapooki Games for all of them,
They’ve announced they’re looking for 3D Artists and programmers on their website, founded 4 years ago (2000) etc. and as per their website:
Kapooki Games always looks forward to meeting individuals who have an interest in joining the ranks of our hard working team. If you are polished in at least ‘3’ of the skills listed below and have worked within a games company before – please send in your CV or contact us directly.
News: The studio is now actively seeking experienced Programmers and 3D Artists / Modellers (2+ years game industry experience). We welcome and review all CV’s and Demo CD’s.
Note: Kapooki Games has no work experience/placement vacancies available
3D Animation & Modelling
Concept Design & Illustration
Game Console Graphics Experience
OpenGL / Direct X / 3D Programming
Game Console Programming Experience
June 4, 2004 at 9:53 am #12468AnonymousInactive
Please note, anything I say is personal and by no way represents the view of demonWare.
Why? Because I’m not allowed have a view. [/quote:39f5b08aad]
So they stick you in a windowless office then?
June 4, 2004 at 9:56 am #12470AnonymousInactive
They’re able to pay THAT competitive a salary….I’m impressed!
June 4, 2004 at 10:08 am #12471AnonymousInactive
Why are none of these places keen to hire skilled graduates :confused:
We have to start somewhere
June 4, 2004 at 10:15 am #12472AnonymousInactive
As Kapooki have repeatedly said….they are a lonely beginning developer (although I’m sure they’d phrase it much more elegantly :p) and don’t have titles to their name to boost there reputation. As such, they need to prove themselves as being able to fulfill the job required by having skilled employees proving their effectiveness as a team. Once a reputation is cemented by doing this, then graduates can be taken on. They need proven team members to get them recognised first.
June 4, 2004 at 10:36 am #12473AnonymousInactive
Even alot of estabhished companies are a bit flaky about hiring graduates, which is a bit silly.
I’d say its harsher on the coding side where experience counts more.
June 4, 2004 at 11:11 am #12474AnonymousInactive
I haven’t encountered that….only spoken to one company who said they didn’t hire grads, and they did that in the middle of my interview which REALLY sucked.
June 4, 2004 at 11:17 am #12475AnonymousInactive
I’m just back in Ireland having served my 4 years on Abertay’s game tech degree course and I’m a little offput by the lack of opportunities as well as the experience requirements.
Oddly Real-Time Worlds (based in Dundee, formerly the Rage offices) sent an email throughout Abertay Computing Science and Computer Game Technology courses proclaiming jobs for graduates but when people applied for them they were told that they didn’t want graduates……..who’d want to work in games, eh?
June 4, 2004 at 12:10 pm #12476AnonymousInactive
Yeah, I got that mail too. I know one of the producers in there, kept nagging him about it and then one day it was, oh….you’re not listed for that job, maybe next time. Wasn’t impressed with that one at all. But it is fair to say that RTW are very busy at the moment.
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