Posted 12 December 2009 - 05:27 AM
And this one is my real time Rubik's Cube game:
I have other work in C++ to show, but since it's a Flash job I'm after, I wanted to get straight to the point.
Thank you for your time.
I'm looking for a job as a remote programmer doing Flash games. I live in South America so my aim is to find a job that can pay either in dollars, euros or GBPs. I was told that I needed to show a finished game as part of my portfolio at the bare minimum, so I went ahead and made the best two Flash demos I could think of, an interactive flag physics demo and a fully functional rubik's cube game with a real solver.
I have my Flash work now in addition to my previous work done in C++, DirectX and OpenGL. All I need now is a good strategy to show it to potential employers. How should I set up my resume? How should I set up my portfolio page? I have my Flash demos on Newgrounds, so should I just link to those or host separate files on my own portfolio website? How should I present the information visually so that employers get to see the important stuff right away? What should I NOT show? I'd like to know as much as possible in order to approach Flash game companies properly.
Bear in mind that my goal is to work remotely from home, since I can't afford to relocate abroad.
Below are links to my two Flash demos.
This one is my flag physics demo: