Do You Love Computer Games? Play and Get Paid

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Do You Love Computer Games? Play and Get Paid

The video game market is one that interests many kids and adults who are looking for job. While there are many job opportunities in this sector, getting the position that you want will not always be easy and may require some time. Here is how to better prepare yourself.
Think about what skills you have
There are many different areas of specialty within the whole video game industry, such as Game Programming, graphic design, video editing, quality assurance, etc. Naturally, you must have the required skills to get a job in these fields. So if you want to work in game programming, for example, you will need to know several programming languages and software development tools well. It will be very helpful to have education in a certain area of the Game Developmentprocess, however bear in mind that having a degree will not guarantee that you will get the job that you want.
Employers frequently look for people who already have experience with video games or at least in a related field such as graphic design or software development. If you don't have too much experience under your belt, you may want to consider an entry-level position such as Video Game Testing. However, "experience" doesn't always have to be actual employment. For example, if you have made some small video games yourself, or if you have made mods or add-ons for existing games, this can be very beneficial to you, especially if your creations are quite popular and have been used by a respectable number of people.
Many video game companies are located in or near major cities such as New York, Los Angeles or Miami. Getting the job that you want may require you to relocate and this is something you must keep under consideration. Furthermore, certain jobs in the game development sector will require you to travel in order to attend industry events and presentations. Many game companies have offices in different parts of the world, so if you have unique skills and talents, you may also be assigned temporarily to a different location in order to lend a hand on a project.
This is actually the easiest part of the process. You can simply get online and look at job sites, classified ad sites as well as the "careers" section of video game companies. Freelancing sites such as RentACoder could also be great places as you can find certain projects that you can do from home and get paid for it. The pay may not be very high for freelance work, but if you do a good job you may end up being hired on a permanent basis or be assigned to more important tasks that could bring you more revenue.

Get better in hidden object games
As you probably know hidden object games are based on discovering a list of hidden objects, most of the times well hidden in a picture. If you are playing hidden object games you probably know how fun they are and you are aware how big the desire of becoming better in these games is. Here are some rules and strategies that will help you increase your chances of finding all the objects in hidden object games before the time runs out, that will bring you near to becoming a real master for these games.
Use the opportunity of taking a hint. Some people look for the hidden objects and forget that sometimes there could be a chance to use a hint. For some games there is only a certain amount of hints in each level, but some games offer many hints in each level. Use these hints wisely and take care of the time, don't let it expire.
In case you didn't realize yet, in hidden object games many of the objects of the list appear repeatedly. Have this in mind and look carefully at each object with intention to remember it. As the game progresses, it will be easier for you to find the objects.

To save time while finding the objects, examine the picture and try to spot different objects. Find an object and then try to find it on the list. This way, observing on the other way around, you will save time - you save the time of looking in a list and extend your time of looking in the picture. Click on the object that you've found, even if you still don't know if it's on the list. There is a big chance this object to be the required, but also have in mind that some hidden object games gives you penal for random clicks. Check out the rules first.

If you have a chance, replay the level. Most of these games will let you do this, as many times as you need. Thing is that when you replay, the objects are on the same place most of the times. The list is usually different, so click on the ones that you've found the last time, and continue with the others. Working this way, you could complete the level very quickly. Repeat the rules first few times, but after a while you will start to use them mechanically while playing your hidden object games.
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