Outfit of the Day: Japanese School Girl Mode. Meep!
Here at Anino Games, people are eccentric. LOL. Actually, we love our job so much that we try to make things fun everyday (so that we don’t seem so geeky). One of the things we Anino girls do, living in a male-dominated, wear-shirt-jeans-and-trainers organization, is to have certain days where we dress up.
Sometimes, Tuesdays would be our official skirt days. Unfortunately (fortunately?), at the last minute on Monday night (July 11), Nikka, the lead QA, decided to do a Japanese schoolgirl look. I was like…LOLWUT!? I mean, you fresher grads can get away with it. Whattabaoutmeh??
I think I had about three “costume changes” in the morning before deciding to just wear my heeled rubber shoes so I could still keep the oneechan aura.
This was taken at the end of the day and I wasn’t too happy with the haggard countenance so I’m going to put dear old Pikachu (designed by Ken Sugimori) on top of my face. Wore my mom’s top, my mom’s skirt and my favorite pair of heeled rubber shoes.
Here is one of the shots Communications Officer Vana took for our recruitment page. This is actually one of my favorite photos of the bunch. From left to right: Software Engineer Felix, QA Kristine, and me.
Our QA on-the-job-trainees (OJTs) Xiao Supapo and Jamie Pua. Aren’t they as cute as buttons? Don’t you just want to work for us now? (JOKE!!!)
QA’s Kristine and Nikka. Looking at them, it’s hard to believe that everyone here passed rigorously geeky entrance exams and interviews, ne?
I can assure you, these girls are just as smart as they are pretty.
We obviously had this photo shoot after office hours. Hahaha!
But as we all know, girls just wanna have fun…especially after a long day of game development.
(Although we had to encounter creepy constructicons while we were buying snacks at 7-11. I should have brought a sword, like Mitsuru of Persona 3.)
Here is the final photo that appears on our recruitment page, this time with “Teacher Dana”. Short of saying, join us! Hehehehe. Click for a larger view.