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Permanent | Full Time
Senior Game Designer in Munich
Are you a Senior Game Designer looking for a new challenge? Do you like the sound of joining an indie studio in the heart of Munich? If this sounds interesting, then read on!
As a Senior Game Designer at this studio in Munich, you will be working on creating high quality mobile games for high-profile partners. The studio are currently working on an unreleased, confidential new mobile game, partnering with a leading global publisher, so it’s a great time to join the team!
This indie studio develops their own IP as well as implementing work for hire from idea conception through to completion. They are proud of their focus on promoting teamwork and talent, which has lead to the great success of some of their games so far. As a part of the team here, you will benefit from free food and drink in house as well as a highly sociable team with regular company events.
Senior Game Designer responsibilities:
Create high quality games within a team of 60
Take on the studio’s team-first attitude
Work on state-of-the-art projects with high-profile partners
Grow and expand your games industry knowledge
Essential requirements for this role in Munich:
Prior commercial F2P games designer experience
Experience of working in a live maintenance team
Experience of analysing gameplay and user behaviour
Strong knowledge of monetisation within F2P games
Able to provide documentation in English and German
Tags: Senior Designer, Senior Game Designer, Game Designer, Games Designer, Mobile, F2p, Ftp, Freemium, Free To Play, Mobile Games, Munich, Germany
A little bit about the city: Munich
A modern and cosmopolitan city, thanks to people from various countries settling down here, Munich is the friendly capital of the Bavaria region of Germany. As one of Germany’s strongest economic centres, Munich is one of the world’s most liveable cities, with a central European location near the Alps and full of green space. Munich plays host to Oktoberfest, a beer festival and travelling fair, which spans over two weeks! In terms of getting around the city, is using the suburban trains and underground trains – referred to as S-Bahn and U-Bahn – as well as using trams and buses. Another way to explore the city is by bike. Munich has over 200km of bike trails which can be explored on guided tours, or you can go independent and find your own way around!
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