Salary on application
City of London, United Kingdom
Permanent | Full Time
Senior Unity Developer in London
Are you an expert in Unity and want to join a state-of-the-art games studio?
As a Senior Unity Developer at this studio in London, you will be working across multiple platforms and working with designers, artists and programmers to solve challenges involved with the development process of a high-quality game. As a part of the studio, you will be given the option to work remotely two days per week, so this role is ideal for someone looking for flexibility.
This studio is made up of individuals with a passion for creating the best quality mobile games out there. They continuously use player feedback to improve games – so if you want to work somewhere that is constantly striving for more success, this could be the perfect opening for you.
Senior Unity Developer responsibilities:
Implement all areas of game application such as gameplay, player controls, UI, visual effects and more
Write robust and maintainable code ready for updates post-launch
Empower artists and designers to improve the game by writing tools for them when necessary
Mentor junior members of the team
Take on some responsibility for design and prototyping
Essential requirements for this role in London:
Excellent coding skills
Expert in C# with Unity (or C++ experience in a motivated candidate)
Significant experience in mobile/console/PC development
Developed 2+ titles from start to completion
Passionate about creating mobile games
Tags: Unity Developer, Game Developer, Racing Games, Mobile Games, Unity3D Developer, Unity Dev, Games Programmer, Mobile Games Programmer
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