Being self-taught and carrying out projects with minimal or ordinary resources is sometimes well regarded by many employers, as recently demonstrated by the story of a young man, who has been hired by the creators of the video game Ori and The Blind Forest. It is about a developer of only 20 years, who created a video game called Trip’s Voyage using Dreams, which is defined as a tool that allows you to create “your own dreams, whether they are games, images, movies, music or anything in between. or beyond.”
The game is a platform title that is inspired by the classics of the genre and that caught the attention of Thomas Mahler, creative director of Moon Studios, who delivered the news of the young man’s hiring. As he indicated in a post on his Twitter account: “We interviewed a young designer who until now has only worked on Dreams. It’s amazing that now people can learn to develop a video game simply by playing. I would have loved to have these tools at my disposal.” layout when I was starting out.
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“Now the deal is done. We have officially decided to hire this developer. He is 20 years old, spent 2 years on a Dreams project and will soon be a Level Designer at Moon Studios. Thanks to Media Molecule (creators of Dreams) for making it so much easier young people to become developers,” Mahler said in another tweet.
As we indicated, this is an example that creativity and dedication can sometimes win out over experience, as in this case of a gamer who was given an opportunity by an important study that many have waited for years.
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