Internships at Tribal City

This summer Tribal City Interactive are looking for art and programming interns to help expand our team and to work on games being developed for mobile platforms (iOS/Android/WP).

We would ask that all interested applicants to email us their CVs. As well as CVs, we will also be looking for code examples from programmers, preferably for iOS (a link to a github/gitourous account would be ideal), and an art portfolio for artists. We’re looking for material that you’re particularly proud of, or something that shows us you enjoy what you do!

The deadline for applications for these Intern positions is the 30th of April 2012. The jobs are in Galway and we expect the internships to start in late May running through the summer.

For further information and to submit your application, contact info@tribalcity.com.

Apr 10, 2012 / Uncategorized

Flip the Switch wins ‘Best Casual Game’

We are delighted that our latest collaboration with Mad Toro Studios, Flip the Switch has come away the winner of this years Games Fleadh awards for ‘Best Casual Game’. The self described Irish games ‘Oscars’ was set up to celebrate and recognize the achievements of the games industry within Ireland.

We really loved all the other games in the category, so to be chosen as best casual game against such strong competition is a fantastic recognition. Other nominees included Bejeweled by Popcap Games, Mad Blocker by Open Emotion Studios and Bubble Dreams by Super Fun Play. We have worked hard on the polish and balance of Flip the Switch, so it’s wonderful to see that effort pay off with our players.

Stan Liu, Founder/President of Mad Toro Studios said: “We poured our hearts into the design of the game and it’s unique game mechanics. We tuned the game play based on the invaluable feedback of our players and complemented the distinctive art style with whimsical original music. Winning the Best Casual Game award tells us that we are on the right track and we will continue to surprise our fans with fun and addictive updates in the future.”

Apr 10, 2012 / Blog