Feral Interactive Is Looking To Do More Linux Games
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 6 February 2015 at 11:37 AM EST. 20 Comments
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Feral Interactive, a game publisher and developer that historically focused on bringing AAA games to Mac OS X, is now looking to do more Linux game ports.

Feral Interactive released their first two games in 2014: XCOM Enemy Unknown and Empire: Total War. Feral Interactive is looking to do more Linux work and as such they're looking for more permanent Linux developers.

The company is looking for those with strong C/C++ experience and ideally with past Linux development experience. Their work is in London and are flexible with their recruiting. The Feral Interactive hiring for Linux emerged via this LUG posting.

Feral Interactive has brought games to OS X ranging from BioShock to LEGO to DIRT, F1, GRID, Batman, Sid Meier titles, Tomb Raider, and many other popular titles.
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