Want a job in games? You should check out Academy Magazine


Our friends at have launched a brand new 100+ page magazine giving you advice on finding a job in the games industry.

Compiled from’ fantastic How to get a job series, the new publication is designed to help young people learn about programming, quality assurance, journalism, art, production and all other aspects of the industry to inform you might want to break in and get a job.

“Across 100+ pages, the magazine covers every major gaming industry, plus advice on building your personal brand, how to stand out from the crowd, interviewing and more,” says Marie Dealessandri, editor for the site, in a post, in to whom she announces the project.

So if you’re a fan of games, magazines, and yes, you guessed it, gaming magazines, you owe it to yourself to at least check out Academy Magazine. You have no excuse not to; after all it’s free!

You can either download the magazine at the link to keep it safe on your own device, or browse the whole thing below. If you prefer a physical version of the magazine, you’ll be pleased to know that it will soon be distributed in physical form at upcoming events, including EGX London.

If reading the magazine has inspired you to get your foot in the door in this wonderful creative industry – or look for a new job if you’re already part of it – you can head over to the jobs.gamesindustry job board .industry. It’s free for job seekers to sign up and join.

You never know; this time in a few years, we could feature one of the games you helped create (or you could even write articles about it for this very website).

It may have its issues, but the gaming industry is fast becoming a more diverse, creative and fair place to work – there’s never been a better time to be a part of it. Want a job in games? You should check out Academy Magazine

Fry Electronics Team

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