Developer, Digital Images whose conversion of Wipeout 2097 won them the Amiga Flame title, “Best Game of 1999”, are now seeking to fill a job vacancy in order to help continue the development of the rest of their games.
There is currently a job vacancy for a C++ programmer to work on Space Station 3000. You will require knowledge with GUI programming and AI. At present, the position will be paid on royalties, but within the next few months, they will be looking at providing monthly payments to senior members of the company. Digital Images has also revealed that they are moving to Los Angeles.
If you're interested in the job vacancy, then e-mail Stuart Walker of Digital Images at:-
Alive Mediasoft are still seeking more programmers to work on a number of Alive Mediasoft upcoming games. According to Jennie Flowers of Alive Mediasoft, some of those people who had contacted them about getting involved in the development team have been loss after a computer error. They especially need another programmer to join the Alive team on the Elite III conversion, as well as some minor work on Phantasmagoria.
If you are interested in the above positions, then e-mail Steven Flowers of Alive Mediasoft at:-