The Gameplay Programmer in the RPG subteam will cooperate with the Gameplay Designer team and Level Designers to prototype and develop general gameplay mechanisms with the main focus on: dialogue system, character and item statistics mechanism, character development, physics, living world and so on. It will involve both C++ coding and scripting skills.
- Prototyping and coding gameplay features.
- Taking part in the design process of the gameplay.
- Creating base gameplay system and tools for the gameplay designers to extend.
- Ensuring that game scripts are well designed, and are optimal in terms of CPU and memory consumption.
Required skills & experience:
- Deep knowledge of C++.
- Familiarity with the Visual Studio environment.
- Knowledge of game engine architecture.
- Experience in creating gameplay mechanisms for games.
- Ability to easily communicate in English.
Additional Requirements for Senior Level:
- 5+ years of experience in games industry.
- Vast experience in creating Gameplay features for AAA game titles, including having worked to completion on at least one published title.
Nice to have:
- Experience with RPGs will be very welcome.
- Low level programming knowledge.
- Good knowledge of at least one game engine or AAA game editor.
We offer you:
- A modern and relaxed studio atmosphere with cutting-edge technologies.
- A chance to work in an international environment in a booming industry.
- A competitive salary and project based bonuses.
- Private health care & MultiSport card.
- From 20 to 26 days of paid vacation per year.
- An exciting chance to work on one of the most acclaimed role-playing games.
- A step by step assistance and ‘Relocation Package’ for foreigners willing to establish in Warsaw.
- Polish lessons for foreign employees.
Programmers should include code samples.
To apply please send your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also include the following statement with your application: „I hereby consent to the processing of my vital and personal data in so far as this is required under the ongoing and future recruiting processes, in accordance with the Act of August 29, 1997, on the Protection of Personal Information (JoL no. 133, item 883).”