Developer 3D Realms has put out an ad looking for folks who are familiar with the Build Engine, the very same graphics engine that Duke Nukem 3D was created on.
That would be the same Duke Nukem 3D that released back in January 1996, by the way. Yep.
Posted on theby Frederik Schreiber, vice president of 3D Realms and founder of Interceptor Entertainment, developer of the upcoming shooter , the post points towards a new 3D Realms title.
Specifically,, "Are you experienced with Build Engine? We're looking for Artists, Level Designers, Game Designers, Animators, Programmers and Techincal Artists with Build Engine experience, for an exciting new 3D Realms Project. For more info, please email firstname.lastname@example.org"
Schreiber also took toto advertise the post, too.
We're looking for old-school developers with Build Engine experience for an exciting new 3D Realms Project. More... http://t.co/ACLh2PKH6r— Frederik Schreiber (@Freschism) March 27, 2015
Considering how old and crusty the Build Engine is now and just how affordable contemporary engines such as Unreal Engine 4 are, I'm having a real difficult time envisioning what it is that 3D Realms could be making and how it would fit into the current market.
Thus, I implore you guys to take the floor; what do you think they could cooking up?