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I prepare an informatic diploma, I work hard to write 3D demos (that s what I like in games), I have no social life (especially since I known this forum ), I'm not very good in english, all that to have a job in the game industry. But is there job offers ? what are my chances ? If I have good skill in 3D programming, must I have concern ? Chuck. [edited by - Chuck3d on September 1, 2003 6:37:15 AM] [edited by - Chuck3d on September 1, 2003 6:38:12 AM] [edited by - Chuck3d on September 1, 2003 7:57:19 AM]

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- Do some market research on companies you are interested in.
- Focus on companies that are in your location.
- University degree in computer science required in 90% of cases.
- Previous software dev experience very useful if not required
- Demos (as you mention) also very usefull as it is the only proof that you know how to make a game

IMO the best combination is CS degree + previous serious software work experience + demo + hardcore interest in games.

Game dev positions are almost the same as every other "niche" software dev job - except longer hours and lower pay (but its still alright ). But if you are qualified and have some patience, you will find one - so don''t give up.

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