The lights are on
Airtight Game’s first title, Dark Void, released to fairly mild reception, but we saw a lot of promise in the title. Last year, ex-Valve employee and one of the designers behind the original Portal, Kim Swift, joined the company, but it looks like Airtight has started to ramp up development for whatever they’re cooking up now. The developer is currently hiring.
According to a couple of Gamasutra posts, the Washington-based developer is looking for a number of different artists and designers to help them finish their current project. What exactly is that project? We don’t know, but we’re looking forward to finding out the hard way.
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Is it possible they can pull a "RockSteady?"
Hot crap! This is where Kim Swift ran off to? Well, I might just go back under my bridge and refrain from being a troll for once.
Dark Void was not good in my opinion. It just seemed aimless and lacking direction. With Kim Swift, that could very well change.
Dark Void was devoid of a high review score. I'm hoping a better game from these developers.
well, awright! lets do this thang!
I think a saw this game but i can't remeber.Is it any good?
I haven't played Dark Void but part of me really wants to
Good for them. Surely hope their next project turns out much better than Dark Void.
Definately have to be careful with their next project. The reason why i got Dark Void was because it seemed promiseful, but in the end, i only found myself wanting to like it. I'm going to wait for it to come out and see what people have to say about it.
These job requirements are defiantly not noob friendly.
I thought Dark Void was decent, but the ending left pretty much everyone with blue balls. I'd enjoy a sequel.
good, look forward to their next incarnation.
dark void had potential. it's downfall was the story and not enough innovation.
Bring us something good!
All I gotta say is, it better be better than Dark Void. I was so amped for that game, and the previews were pumping me up, and then...that piece of mangled crap infested my hard drive. At least they have a Valve staffer joining the cause.