This is totally bogus.
Seeking an entry level position or internship as a software engineer or game designer.
- First, software engineering and game design are two completely different disciplines. Software engineers are programmers, while game designers do very little programming in comparison.
- Second, game design isn't an entry level position. Saying that you're seeing an "entry level position" in game design is completely hypocritical because that position does not exist.
- Third, this is about you, and it should be about the company. What are you going to bring to the table? Think of it from a recruiter's standpoint. They have recruiting "objectives" to fulfill for the company, and your objective should perfectly mesh with theirs.
For education, I would not include your GPA. Your GPA matters if you're in college applying for your first job. After that, it ceases to matter. If you have some outstanding GPA or received honors based on grades, you can include it, but anything less than a ~3.5 and you should probably pass on it.
Purely a curious note, but are you 100% sure you're allowed to talk about everything on your resume? Some of the stuff seems borderline proprietary. I'd check!
Your published projects are cool, but should be condensed down quite a bit. A lot of them are huge bullet points that no one is going to read. Not only that, but you list them in the wrong order - Series of Tubes and Simon Evolution should be up at the top.
"Projects in Progress" are total BS. If they're not finished, don't list them. You'll get a chance to talk about what you're doing in interviews, but if you don't have a demo or a finished product, don't list it.
None of your listings focus on results. For example, "How many downloads did Series of Tubes get?" Or "What did Universal Video Player do for the company?" How many people use the "Mobile Physician Search Directories" or "MyHealth" apps? Focus on results here - how did your contributions make an impact to the company? Most companies are results focused, and your resume doesn't show that.
Your website, http://www.renegadeinteractive.com/, loads absolutely nothing on the front page. You'd easily lose the job here. It reads "Not found. Sorry, but you are looking for something that isn't here. Wanna try a search?"
Lastly, nothing on your resume says "gaming." This is probably the most killer, because it looks like you're a skilled programmer, but not a skilled game programmer. I went through a similar thing with my resume for outstanding results. You should have a section entirely devoted to "Game Experience and Development." Right now, you're just clumping them all together.
Despite all of this, I do think your resume is good enough to get into the industry, but you'll have to do some networking. Get started on some awesome gaming project and buy a GDC pass, and start networking. You won't be able to get in without it.