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Rings a vauge bell...

...but no. Sorry :-(.

Google does, though.

I also think that vauge bell was me hallucinating, because I sure havn't played Test Drive 4-6, or the "2002 edition", which 3dgamers lists as their list of developed games. Then again it shows their last title as being from 2002, so I don't know how dated that information is.

Of course, if I was smart I'd just go to Their site. It looks like they mainly develop console car/racing games (as well as one snowboarding game).

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demolition racer: no exit was a truly awesome game, IMO.

anyway i'd recommend researching as much as you can about them, i have noticed that companies aren't very impressed when you have no clue what they do but want them to hire you anyway :)

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anyway i'd recommend researching as much as you can about them, i have noticed that companies aren't very impressed when you have no clue what they do but want them to hire you anyway :)


Heh depends. I once went to a job interview (webmaster) where the interviewer almost got a tear in his eye out of joy when I admitted that I knew _nothing_ about "dust controll" (you know.. industry vacuums for factories?..) because now he could waste 2 hours of my life telling me about the wonderfull world of filters and how they "save lives"!

but then again, you're not trying to get a summer job at a looney dust controll company *heh*

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Oh, I'd already read their site and found they pretty much formed as a splinter from Reflections, following on from Destruction Derby. Anyone remember that game, it was awesome. The Pitbull MD was the Lead programmer for DD (+DD2) which gives me an easy way to sound enthusiastic - one of my all-time favourite games!

I was looking to see if anyone had worked or knew anyone who worked there. From the Directors section on their site it reads like the MD & other directors are still involved in coding etc...

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