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Vicious Cycle Software average salary is $60,000, median salary is $50,000 with a salary range from $50,000 to $80,000.
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Senior Production Artist 50,000-80,000 Morrisville, NC, 27560 2010 Vicious Cycle Software Senior Production Artist Salaries (2)
Vicious Cycle Software Morrisville, NC Salaries
Game Developer 50,000-50,000 Chapel Hill, NC, 27514 2010 Vicious Cycle Software Game Developer Salaries (1)
Vicious Cycle Software Chapel Hill, NC Salaries
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  • Vicious Cycle Software , Inc.
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Chapel Hill, NC
  • Vicious Cycle Software, Inc. is a company born of the vicious cycle that is today's computer games industry. When layoffs at Hasbro Interactive closed the MicroProse development studio in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in January 2000, many of us at that studio recognized that we worked too well as a team to simply go our separate ways. Working at breakneck speed and making use of our many contacts in the industry, we managed to get Vicious Cycle Software up and running in less than four months, officially opening our doors on April 3, 2000. With decades of combined development experience