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While the iPhone has become a powerful force in the portable gaming market, it has done so almost entirely due to software created by third parties. That may change in the near future, as the company seems to be on the search for seasoned video game developers.
Earlier this week, Apple news site AppleInsider discovered a new posting on the “Jobs at Apple” section of the company’s Website, calling for a “Game/Media Software Engineer.”
Don’t let the “/Media” fool you, though, as the text of the job posting indicates that the company is looking for a top-tier gaming developer. According to the posting, Apple wants applicants to have “3-4 years of video game development experience” and “shipped at least one AAA title.” Jaded developers needn’t apply, however, as the company is looking for a “passionate gamer.”
Do you meet the aformentioned requirements? Can you make a game better than Apple’s one other published iPhone game, Texas Hold ’Em? Then head on over to Apple’s job posting section and throw your hat into the ring!