Level Designers are specialists in the development of computer games who are narrowly engaged in creating levels for games - locations, missions, tasks, and other environments. They plan and develop schemes, maps, secret places, and other interesting features which will make game world more interesting for the users.
Depending on the level of your qualifications, you can find a suitable Level Designers jobs on our website. Some companies need Level Designers to develop simple games for mobile devices, which are quite popular now but do not require much knowledge. Other companies require Level Designers of the highest level and can work together with up to 100 specialists when it comes to creating large locations for consoles.
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Normal work requires your presence in the office. Remote work gives you the freedom to work anywhere in the world. Some companies do require a certain amount of time to be spent online during training period, but most of your work time can be spent in your preferred location.
There are too many advantages to work remotely, and here are some examples:
- You can travel the world and have this job!
- You don't have to commute to work every day! Most people spend more than an hour a day just getting to work.
- Every year you can save a lot of money on gas, transportation, insurance and other things.
- You can make more money by working remotely. Usually remote Level Designers earn almost 20% more than those who work in the office.