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  1. #241

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    Hi. Its awesome to work in a video game industry. i am working in a korean gaming company. full of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickyjohn View Post
    Hi. Its awesome to work in a video game industry. i am working in a korean gaming company. full of fun.
    Is it possible to work at home and to colaborate?
    when i'm not busy i like to play boy games .

  3. #243

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    Collaboration remotely can be done, but needs huge amounts of coordination and dedication from.both the sides. Also, I doubt any big companies do it either.

    My experience in Games is just about 2 years now, that too, it was with a local Startup which did not do well at all and shut down just last week. Thankfully I got a better job as a Unity Developer before that. Had a pretty rough time working for the last one, but hopefully the new one will be better.

    On the other hand, just a couple of weeks back I have even applied for Epic Games as a Technical Artist :P



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    Hi. I'm trying to find some information but most of it is directed towards video game designers and artist.

    I'm currently a student getting my BS in computer science from a reputable University in in the triangle.

    Will my degree be helpful in getting a job at Epic Games as a programmer ? As of now I am a beginner level C ++ programmer. Please let me know what I should do to enhance my resume for game development.

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    Now a days more & more online games are being launched in unity platform where player can have more real experience as compared to games made in flash. We always go with player's demand so we have started adding unity 3d games also. We are also in the process to release more exclusive 3D games for our visitors in coming days. So keep visiting online3dgames regularly to see some surprises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaffajaffajaffa View Post
    Hi. I'm trying to find some information but most of it is directed towards video game designers and artist.

    I'm currently a student getting my BS in computer science from a reputable University in in the triangle.

    Will my degree be helpful in getting a job at Epic Games as a programmer ? As of now I am a beginner level C ++ programmer. Please let me know what I should do to enhance my resume for game development.

    Bumping this :

  7. #247

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaffajaffajaffa View Post
    Bumping this :
    Still no reply?

  8. #248
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    Post this question on the UE4 forums as you're much more likely to get an answer from Epic or try writing to them directly:

    udk-licensing@epicgames.com
    udklicensing@epicgames.com
    billing@unrealengine.com
    Developer.Relations@epicgames.com
    billing@unrealengine.com

  9. #249

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    I really funda galaxy A7 would like to know what the people at Epic looks for funda galaxy E7 when they look at a demo reel.
    Last edited by Dominga102; 01-17-2015 at 09:39 PM.


 
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