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game dev

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\nThe independent game development studio behind one of the most successful mobile games of all time (Doodle Jump) is looking for an experienced Mobile Game Engineer to join our small team.\n\nWe are looking for an engineer who is self-motivated, goal-oriented and a strong team player. Someone who takes pride in their work, and knows what it means to take responsibility and deliver quality games. The ideal candidate will enjoy working in a dynamic environment. They will have the knowledge and ability to visualize how things should work and to convey this to other team members.\n\nYou will join a group of talented game professionals working in a small, cross-discipline team. \n\nWe want to make the best games possible and only hire professionals who have a similar drive for perfection.\n\nWhile the role will be a remote role, the candidate must be based in Miami to allow for optimal coordination with the rest of the team.\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Game Development in C/C++ for iOS, Android and other platforms\n\n* Independently create solutions from beginning to end\n\n* Extending game to new platforms (Android, Windows Mobile and more)\n\n* Update existing games with new content\n\n* Prototyping and building new game mechanics\n\n\n\n\nNO AGENCIES OR RECRUITERS PLEASE


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