No, You Shut Up Games is a small outfit based in Atlanta, GA. All of our positions are “contractor for hire” for the project we’re working on. If you’re interested in joining our team send your CV and Portfolio to tjohnson / at / noyoushutupgames.com

All applicants should have the following super qualities:

  • Flexible Hours (including the dead of night at some points)
  • Reliable Internet Connection (95% of the work is done remotely)
  • Reliable Development Hardware (We’ll provide licenses for software, but you need to invest in your own hardware/future)
  • High Alcohol Tolerance (seriously, this is a joke… but not really)

Open Positions

3D Special Effects Artist

We are currently looking for a 3D special effects artist to create dynamic particle effects and systems.

Required Skills

  • Strong knowledge of the Unity 3D Shuriken Particle System
  • Ability to create complex elemental and atmospheric effects
  • Ability to optimize effects for mobile apps

INTERNSHIP: Programmer

We currently have both paid and unpaid internships available. Paid internships are attached to currently available projects which run a specific length of time (usually from 6 to 18 weeks).

We currently have an opening for a game programmer internship. There are both paid and unpaid spots available. The ideal candidate will be a generalist programmer with a willingness to work in most areas of development.

Job Responsibilities

  • Assist in the collaborating, designing and implementing core game features and systems, including support for their adoption within the team.
  • Working closely with the other disciplines while operating within an “agile” development methodology.
  • Create games for mobile platforms using Unity 3D iOS and Android

Required Skills

  • Experience using the Unity 3D framework
  • Knowledge in programming in one or more of the following: C, C#, C++,  Java, and AS3
  • Self-Motivated towards learning and understanding the game development process
  • Good communication, organizational, and time management skills
Categories: Job Openings

4 Responses so far.

  1. George Morris says:

    Hello. I am planning to get a degree in computer programming and/or gaming. What Georgia schools would your company recruit from if you needed a C++ programmer to join your team?

    • Hey George,

      We try to judge people on their skills and abilities instead of where they were educated, but if you were looking for my opinion of schools (near Atlanta) that generate excellent programmers I would have to pick GA Tech, GA State, followed up by Southern Poly.

      I would highly recommend a CS program over one specifically targeted at gaming, as game dev covers SO many facets of engineering. Good luck in your journey!

  2. I was wondering if there will be any internship opportunities available this summer (2013).

  3. Corbitt Eason says:

    I am a recent DeVry Graduate and I recently moved to the Atlanta area. My experience is limited to my education as I was unable to engage in any internships while in school. I would be very interested in applying for any internship opportunities you might have available. The question is, how does one apply?