We’re looking for a talented Programmer with a passion for adventure and action games. Played With Fire is an ambitious indie studio, working on original projects for VR platforms – currently an action-adventure and action-stealth game. We create a small but experienced and close-knit team of professionals excited about the unlimited possibilities of virtual reality. We’re looking for a person who will enrich the studio with his/her skills and take care of the high quality of our VR projects. Why don’t you join us?
In Played With Fire you’ll be dealing with:
- implementation of mechanics, interaction and UI in VR action-stealth game,
- development of existing systems and solutions in Unity engine.
- good skills in Unity,
- very good knowledge of C# language,
- familiarity with design patterns,
- minimum one completed project,
- experience in working with version control systems,
- ability to work in a team, but also independence,
- knowledge of English on a level necessary to create/read documentation.
- knowledge of Agile methodology (e.g. SCRUM),
- knowledge of other engines,
- shader/AI programming,
- acquaintance with optimization techniques,
- passion for VR games – great if your job is also your hobby!
What do we offer?
- Cooperation with an experienced team,
- attractive and motivating salary,
- opportunity to realize your own ideas in projects,
- work in a friendly atmosphere,
- office in the heart of Krakow (remote working is possible for the duration of the epidemic),
- access to the latest technologies,
- strong influence on the final shape of the created game and creative freedom,
- opportunity to create ambitious, independent VR games, combining the latest technology with artistic spirit.
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