Immersive Technologies is a Perth based high technology company which is looking for high achieving graduates which have studied in areas such as Computer Science, software Engineering, Games Technology, Mathematics and Physics.
Join our talented, high performing team and work with the best on exciting new products!
• Global Leader
• Fast Growth and Entrepreneurial Environment
• Innovative Simulation Product
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 C++ Programmer (UI, Networking) to help us develop next generation games.
About Halfbrick Studios
Halfbrick was founded in 2001 and since then has expanded to over 50 of the best staff in the industry. We have successfully released over 16 titles across multiple platforms ranging from the Nintendo DS/DSi right through to Xbox Live Arcade and mobile platforms such as iOS and Android.
It's always pleasing to hear of new games related websites cropping up that caters to the local audience, and with the launch of MCV Pacific today, you can add it to your list of great sources for locally related games news and games industry reports. The Editor role at MCV Pacific is handled by former Rockstar Games Australia PR Manager, Leigh Harris. Joining Leigh is Mana Bar creator, Guy Blomberg, who'll be taking care of the Marketing & Advertising duties.
Halfbrick Studios, the highly successful Brisbane based studio behind such titles as Fruit Ninja, Monster Dash, Raskulls and Age of Zombies is seeking Interns to join one of our teams for upcoming projects.
These are 6 month in-house paid internship positions!
BigWorld and its Massively Multiplayer Online suite of tools and technology is among the most innovative in the world, according to a poll organised by US technology publisher, Red Herring. The poll, which aims to recognise the top 100 companies that push the boundaries of innovation, features a few Australian companies, with BigWorld getting a hefty mention in the Sydney Morning Herald...