Apple Hiring AAA Game Designer

Posted: Nov 14 2009, 12:59pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:29pm CDT, in News | Apple

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Since the launch of the App Store, Apple itself has released just four applications. Considering how very many different developers are busy creating new apps on a regular basis, Apple hasn't really had to do anything. Gaming has proved to be an especially lucrative realm of the App Store, even going so far as to threaten Nintendo's hold on the handheld gaming market.

Apparently, Apple sees promise in gaming. As AppleInsider reports, the Cupertino-based company has just posted a job listing for a full-time employee to create “interactive media experiences” for the iPod and iPod Touch. The person Apple is looking for will have at least 3-4 years of experience, and will have helped to ship at least one AAA game.

This news means nothing less than the birth of the Apple gaming division. Is this just a test from corporate to see how profitable developing app games could be? Or is it the very beginning of a much larger team of developers? Leave your thoughts in the comments. If you think you might qualify for the job, you can apply here.

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