Keep up with Sickhead Games
For those interested in keeping up with what goes on behind the scenes here… you can always follow our Flickr page, a mixed bag of the latest screenshots, tests, and office shenanigans, and our Twitter feed, featuring up-to-date Sickhead news and indie business talk. We can’t always discuss the latest projects, but we try to provide what we can. For now, check out some new scenes from the upcoming Torque 3D demo South Pacific, from the Flickr page:
Sickhead is Hiring!
We’re looking to hire a game artist and programmer to join us here in our Dallas studio to begin work on some new projects ASAP. If you have the talent and want to have control over your creative destiny this is your chance to join a successful indie studio working on exciting new projects.
You can get an overview of the open positions and links to apply on our jobs page.
UPDATE: Thanks to all the people who contacted us. Both positions are now filled.
Torque Forest Tech Added to T3D
The secret is out… Garage Games announced this week that Sickhead Games’ long-awaited Forest Kit tech will be included in Torque 3D 1.1 at no extra cost. The newly-named Forest Editor allows the easy painting of vegetation, rocks, and debris. Plants can use the Forest Editor’s local and global wind effects for added realism. The alpha release of T3D 1.1 is out now.
Artists, Sickhead Games is Hiring!
Currently seeking a jack-of-all-trades game artist with strong rigging and character animation skills. Indies wear a lot of hats, and ideally we need a talented individual with good concepting, modeling, texturing, rigging, and animation skills, who’s familiar with standard current-gen game art pipelines (mesh-to-normal map, building modular animation, etc). Must be comfortable working in 3DS Max, Zbrush, and Photoshop.
For more information, please see the listing and apply on LinkedIn.
Torque 3D is released!
Off To AGDC
See you at GDC 2009…
The entire Sickhead Games crew will be in attendance at the 2009 Game Developers Conference this year. Be sure to stop by the Garage Games booth on the Expo Floor to see some great new tech we’ve been contributing to Torque 3D, and have a go at our lush “South Pacific” demo. Tom will be at the booth giving a brief presentation at 2:00 pm on Thursday, discussing the demo and showing off our new Torque Forest Kit technology.
SG Contributing to Next Torque Release
The Sickhead team is currently working feverishly on tools and tech for the next version of Torque 3D (formerly TGEA), the flagship 3D gaming engine from Garage Games. Expected to be released later this year, T3D will be packed with some amazing, long awaited features and improvements. Follow Brett Seyler’s development blogs on the Garage Games site for details. Some very exciting stuff happening!