We are Reikon Games, the independent developer behind RUINER.
If you haven’t heard about it, RUINER is a fast-paced action game with a dark story and unique visual style, created in the spirit of cult cyberpunk anime. RUINER was published on 26th September 2017 by Devolver Digital, on PC, PS4 and X1 and had an enthusiastic reception worldwide.
We’re now looking for a tool/technical designer programmer for our new, bigger and more ambitious hard scifi FPP project.
You will be part of a programming team working closely with designers. Your job will be creating tools which will give the designers a creative boost in their work. We are looking for someone who knows how to create intuitive tools that are easily understandable not only for technical people.
What we expect:
C++ programming skill
Experience with game engine tools and editors
Ability to write concise and reliable code
Fast learning and easily adapting to new technology
Analytic mind and thinking out of the box
Would will make you stand out:
Unreal Engine 4 knowledge
Prior UI creation experience
At least one shipped title
Self-motivation will be a precious asset. We don’t check what you do every single day, we trust that you’ll have it done, awesomely and on time
If you’re passionate about making games, we’ll definitely find a common language. To us, it’s not just a job but an adventure of creation and discovery. We want to make great games and we count on every person in the team to contribute their ideas and criticism in every field.
If you’d like to work with a team, not a corporation, in a relaxed atmosphere, among open-minded and creative people, making ambitious “AAA-indie” games and have a real impact on the final product, send your CV to email@example.com
Our studio is located in the heart of Warsaw, in a beautiful building from early XX century, with convenient access to transportation and many places to eat and drink or just hang out with friends.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
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