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The Internship Chronicles – Part II

Liam Craffey (MCRM ’18), Mauro Agnellini (MCRM ’18) and Josh Bernstein (GDES ’18) tell us about their internships experiences in Montreal during the spring semester.

 

Liam Craffey (MCRM ’18) – Minority Media

During the Spring 2017 semester I had the amazing opportunity to intern at Minority Media. The studio has several commercial releases, two of which are VR (Virtual Reality) experiences. Papo & Yo, Spirits of Spring, and Loco Motors are their earlier non-VR projects. They used the success of those titles and have since repositioned themselves as a VR studio. Along this line they’ve released Cali a Gear VR platformer and Time Machine VR an underwater adventure game for computer based head mounted displays. Behind the studio is a team of ~50 people all knowledgeable about, and eager to see the future of, VR development. Continue reading

The Internship Chronicles: Part II

Eva Fahantidou @ Minority Media As a Game Design intern at Minority Media I got to be part of the Time Machine VR development team. The game, which is available on Steam Early Access for the Oculus Rift, tasks the player with examining Jurassic-era creatures in order to save humanity. It is slated for full release in early […]

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Heroes And Programmers: An Internship at Minority Media

minoritygroupAfter an eternity of sitting on the couches in the corner of the studio, my time had finally come. As I was beckoned into the meeting room, I took one more look around at the bright, high-ceilinged studio of Minority Media before entering the meeting room and for the first time meeting Tali Goldstein, the studio’s producer. Continue reading

Internship: Minority Report

Minority Media Inc. is one of the coolest companies I’ve had the pleasure of working for.  This small indie developer is comprised of people who used to work for AAA publishers, like EA, Ubisoft, and Square Enix.  Rather than spend their time making cookie cutter games, they wanted to make games that the players could really connect with. Continue reading