Jobs at Define Human Studios

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Miami, Florida, USA

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Ever wanted to work on an ambitious, multiplayer FPS with some of the most talented individuals on the planet? Not only that, but on a game that’s already in Pre Alpha, is well-funded, and has an established, positive community? Still not sure? Did I mention that our studio is located in Miami, Florida and run by a couple of regular dudes who promote a fun and relaxed atmosphere and welcome flexible work schedules?


If you’re nodding “yes” to all of the above, please read on!


Who we are:


  • A very small team still in startup mode but in for massive growth in 2017

  • Talented individuals hailing from “AAA” studios such as Crytek, Epic Games, and Ubisoft Montreal

  • Passionate gamers who listen to the community and are receptive of any and all feedback

  • Fresh thinkers who are not afraid to challenge typical gameplay ideologies or mechanics

  • Understanding individuals who know that our greatest assets are those who work beside us

  • Serious developers who are constantly learning, evolving, and pushing ourselves




Our current project:


Islands of Nyne: Battle Royale: an online, competitive, first-person shooter inspired by works such as Battle Royale and The Hunger Games. Handpicked by a mysterious alien race and taken to a distant homeworld, 100 players must fight each other to the death in 1 of 3 ever-shrinking arenas. Drop in, find a weapon, and stay alive... for only 1 can emerge victorious. The rest must die!



Website: islandsofnyne.com


Greenlit on Steam with great stats (climbed to rank #13 before getting greenlit): https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=683436995


Successful Kickstarter:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/569820437/ion/description


Featured on many game news sites from all over the world: 

http://www.define-human.com/press


Current testing phase: Pre-Alpha (extremely positive feedback)


Steam Early Access release date: TBA 2017


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