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28 October 2011 @ 01:59 pm
Have a look at this Halloween post post on the official Frictional Games site.

It links to some neat fanwork, but most importantly it reminds us of the Halloween sale on Steam! Last I checked it offered Amnesia: TDD for 3€* and the Penumbra series for 4,49€*, so if you don't have one or both games so far then you should really head there and make use of the opportunity!

(* That's somewhere around 4 and 6 US$ respectively.)
09 September 2011 @ 03:34 pm
Frictional Games has released a blogpost discussing Amnesia: TDD one year after its release.

Additionally they are currently doing an Ask-Us-Anything at Reddit, so drop by if you have any questions for the guys.
02 June 2011 @ 12:51 pm
I'm guessing most of you have already seen those around, but what the heck, might as well up the post count here, right?

Batch 1 - 45 icons | Batch 2 - 25 icons | Batch 3 - 25 icons

27 May 2011 @ 10:07 pm
Sadly those news are by no means recent (it took me a while to process that not everyone is actually glued to their twitter), but as I understand it the opportunity still stands, so here goes:

Frictional Games is now looking for a talented programmer to join the company!

You will be working for a small team with a big focus on finding new and innovating solutions. We want you who are not afraid to explore uncharted territory and constantly learn new things. Self-discipline and independence are also important traits as all work will be done from home.

Some the things you will work with include:

• 3D math, rendering, shaders and everything else related.
• Console development (most likely Xbox 360).
• Hardware implementations (support for motion controls, etc).

All coding is in C++, so great skills in that is imperative. You should also be living in Sweden or a time-zone nearby. If you are fit in other areas we are of course prepared to be flexible.

If interested send CV to: jobs [at] frictionalgames [dot] com

What we are most interested in seeing is evidence, in form of things you have done, that you are qualified. Having interesting works to show off can make up for any gaps in knowledge.

- Source

In the future I will be just a little speedier with updates; until then, pass the information along to anyone who may be interested!