Junior / Senior / Lead Unity Developer - Live Games
21 days ago
In this role you will work in a cross-functional team consisting of artists, designers, BI, QA and other developers. Your day-to-day responsibilities will include making technical designs and implementing game features together with other developers in the team and supporting the work of less experienced programmers in the team. You will also be collaborating with server developers for seamless backend integration as well as optimising the games to run smoothly on mobile platforms. Currently the whole team is located in Finland, but we use the hybrid work model where it is possible to work both from home and in our office premises in Espoo.
You will be where the action happens, solving challenging problems that may occur while at the same time having a clear impact on a game that is played by millions. We value supporting each other and communicating with honesty and respect, and we hope that you share these values. We will work together to craft joy for our players.
In order to succeed in this role you need
- Experience of commercial game programming experience
- Game development experience with Unity
- Strong programming skills with C#
- Good understanding of mobile platforms and hardware
- Experience with F2P games both as a developer and a player
- Analytical problem solving skills
- Motivation to keep learning and getting better
Rovio’s Puzzle Studio has their sights set on becoming the most successful casual puzzle game studio in the world. Exploring new and emerging trends in puzzle games, the studio has built a deep understanding of the puzzle genre and its players since its founding in 2014. The studio has introduced innovations in puzzle game core with the free-flowing Angry Birds Dream Blast, several match 3 games such as Angry Birds Match and Small Town Murders as well as slingshot games like Angry Birds Friends and a great newcomer Angry Birds Journey. With their games, Puzzle Studio aims to create a true emotional connection that stays with players even when they’re not playing.
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