Halfbrick Studios, the highly successful Brisbane based studio behind such titles as Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride, Monster Dash, Raskulls and Age of Zombies is seeking a full time programmer with experience in network programming in C++ to help us develop next generation games.
Network / Server Programmer
Nubee is looking for developers, senior developers, and lead developers to join its server team. Our challenge is to design and build systems to support more than 10 million players every day. We have a team of very bright and talented people working together, but we don't have the answers to everything. You can make a difference here!
We are looking for:
The Network Programmer is responsible for the design and implementation of all network features in the games being developed by Big Ant Studios. He/she will work closely with the development team to guarantee all game subsystems are supported across all development platforms.
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Socket Server - Multithreading - Gaming - AS3 - XML - Middleware - SQL Server - MMO - MMOG - MMORPG - Facebook
Krome Studios is Australia’s largest game development studio and has come a long way since its humble beginning in 1999. Based in Fortitude Valley, with offices in Melbourne and Adelaide, Krome Studios now boasts
5 project teams, over 350 talented employees and an increasing presence in the worldwide game development industry.
To date, Krome Studios has created many successful titles on multiple platforms and languages, including TY the Tasmanian Tiger™, Krome’s own IP and Platinum selling global videogame franchise.
Senior Environment Artist
* Good knowledge of 3D Studio Max or Maya
Australia's friendliest Game Studio is growing! With multiple new projects signed for the Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3, we need passionate and talented game-makers to fill our swanky city studio in downtown Melbourne, Australia.
Established in 2001, Big Ant Studios has developed a reputation for creating great games across different genres. Our recent successes include the chart-topping 'Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville' and its sequels, yet-to-be-announced PSP and Wii titles, as well as the current development of our own original Wii title.