Bungie Founder Starts New Company
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Alexander Seropian, founder of the legendary gaming company Bungie, has started a new company called Wideload, with the goal to "bring unusual games to unusual people". Together with Seropian are a few other ex-Bungie employees set to create original games with the first one being based on the Halo game engine. It is predicted to hit the shelves in 2005. It is currently not known what platforms the game will be released on, so we will see if Seropian's Mac faith still remains in the future.
The team is currently too small for the company's taste, so they are looking for new employees. There are currently openings for positions as AI Programmer, Systems Engineer, Game Designer, Concept Artist and Art Commando. To find more information about the positions and what's required, head over to the jobs page on the Wideload site.
We at IMG wish Seropian and company the best of luck with their new company.
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