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  • We haven't made any announcements about why we're hiring a Wii developer, and we really really haven't said that we're working on a Sam & Max game for the Wii.

    If we do such a thing, you guys will be the first to hear about it, surrounded by 800 gigantic trumpets and probably some cherubs or something, but as of right now, you're talking crazy talk if you're saying things about "replacing your license with the coming Wii one."

    As cool as that is to think about, don't get too far ahead of real life :)

  • @Jake said: We haven't made any announcements about why we're hiring a Wii developer, and we really really haven't said that we're working on a Sam & Max game for the Wii.

    If we do such a thing, you guys will be the first to hear about it, surrounded by 800 gigantic trumpets and probably some cherubs or something, but as of right now, you're talking crazy talk if you're saying things about "replacing your license with the coming Wii one."

    As cool as that is to think about, don't get too far ahead of real life :)

    Well, it's obvious that you're doing something for the Wii. Can you at least confirm whether or not you've finalized your plans as to what exactly you're doing for the Wii, or if it's still up in the air?

  • We really can't talk about it right now. When there's something to announce, we'll announce it.

    Small companies generally don't hire people without a good reason, though. ;)

  • I got it. You're hiring a Wii programmer so you can make sure you don't ACCIDENTLY program a game that's playable on the Wii, thus reassuring your faithful PC adventure gamers that they won't be abandoned. Somehow or other. That's pretty clever, if I do say so myself.

    Of course, I have a Wii now, too, so I guess it doesn't matter for me. But if the games are the same, I'll be sticking with the PC version, I think. Personally, pointing with a Wii remote isn't as comfortable and accurate for me as with a mouse. You offer up an entirely new game with a new story exclusive to the Wii, then I'll snatch it up.

  • I think the Telltale people are creative enough to come up with something original for the Wii, instead of just porting over their PC games. But we'll see. I'll be eagerly looking forward to anything Telltale might put out on the Wii. :)

  • [quote]Telltale is hiring! Yes, it's hiring time, and we have four positions available. We're looking for a Senior Software Engineer, a Character Rigger/Animator, a QA/Game Tester, and (gasp!) a Wii Systems Programmer. If any of those sound like you, please drop us an email, or check out our jobs page for more information.[/quote]


    Pwetty, pwetty please.....

  • Oohhh. Be cool to be a Game tester.

  • @doom saber said: Oohhh. Be cool to be a Game tester.

    Play a videogame until every ounce of fun has been sucked from the game, and every last bit of your soul has been shaken from your body? No thanks.

    Err, which is to say, go for it. >_>

  • @abdallah said: http://www.telltalegames.com/company/jobs#wiiguy

    If I could somehow replace my Sam n max PC license to the coming Wii one :)
    Great to see youre allready starting something!

    edit - didnt see this thread
    http://www.telltalegames.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1970

    I don't know for sure, but I would suspect it would involve giving TellTale your credit card number?

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