Intern programmer for WARTILE (unpaid)

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Intern programmer for WARTILE (unpaid)

Unread post by PlaywoodGames » 09 Feb 2015, 21:17

For it's upcoming game http://www.wartile.com, Playwood Games is looking for an intern programmer.
Wartile is a multi-platform, real-time strategy game currently in preproduction, developed with Unreal Engine 4. We are a small team (2 core developres) and have been in preproduction since April 2014.

Main focus areas for the internship will be:
- Core game systems
- AI
- Visual effects

Features are implemented in a combination of C++ and Blueprints (UE4 visual scripting language). We are looking for a versatile programmer who can work in autonomy.

By joining us at this early stage, you will get an opportunity to make a difference and to continue on the production after the internship. We are experienced professionals (former IO-Interactive, DONTNOD) with a vast network of connections in the games industry, and this is a good way to get a first step in.

Location: Gothersgade, Copenhagen
Duration: From 2 to 6 months
Contact: tom@playwoodgames.com



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Re: Playwood Games looking for intern programmer for WARTILE

Unread post by projectolle » 11 Feb 2015, 16:16

I take it the internship is unpaid? :)
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Re: Playwood Games looking for intern programmer for WARTILE

Unread post by vonknut » 11 Feb 2015, 17:41

And that the url is actually: http://www.wartile.com :)


But yeah good point about writing "(unpaid)" or similar in the title of the post.
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