Halfbrick Studios, the highly successful studio behind such titles as Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride, Monster Dash, Raskulls and Age of Zombies is seeking really smart programmers with all levels of experience to join our talented team in Brisbane. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an entrepreneurial and ambitious company that is going places.
Founded in 2007, KIXEYE is an online gaming company that plays to win. Responsible for popular titles like Backyard Monsters, Battle Pirates and War Commander, KIXEYE is the first developer to deliver proper game play experiences on social networks. The company is based in San Francisco and backed by Trinity Ventures, JAFCO and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Get down to the State Library of Queensland and unleash your passion for play this summer at 'Garage Gamer' - a video and mobile games exhibition, with workshops, films, talks and special events.
Garage Gamer is Queensland’s first interactive games venue dedicated to local game lovers and game makers. It features dozens of new games, a first peek at pre-releases, and a chance to get away from the screen and explore the ideas and creative processes behind the digital games of today.
Halfbrick Studios, the highly successful studio behind such titles as Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride, Monster Dash, Raskulls and Age of Zombies is seeking junior programmers to join our talented team in Brisbane.
Ideally, these are full-time positions for recent graduates or those with a little bit of experience under their belts. But, if you are in the final 6 months or so of studying and can commit to working at least 3 days per week for the remainder of your studies before shifting to full time, we want to hear from you!
In its capacity as the Federal Government’s key agency for providing support to the screen production sector, Screen Australia has been charged with administering the new $20 million Interactive Games Fund to help build a sustainable base for the Australian interactive entertainment industry. The agency will develop funding guidelines in consultation with the games sector to develop the best possible funding program.