332 day(s) ago

Lead Gameplay er/Designer vacancy at The Odd Gentlemen

Negotiable salary


Remote worker location: Worldwide
English: Advanced, Native Speaker
Experience: 5+ years
Employment: Full-time

The Odd Gentlemen

United States, Orange County
‍The Odd Gentlemen, a multi-award winning, independent, narrative video game studio and creators of King’s Quest (2016) and The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom is looking for a talented Lead Gameplay er/Designer to join our (currently remote) team. We are staffing up on our upcoming innovative, narrative title. Follow @theoddgentlemen on twitter for the latest job updates.

General overview of the role

The Odd Gentlemen are looking for a Lead Gameplay er/Designer with narrative and puzzle design chops for a new stylized game. Our ideal candidate is an accomplished er/designer with experience developing high-quality console games. We are looking for someone who can take a narrative prompt and turn it into gameplay, someone who can contribute puzzles and gameplay ideas to the project and then implement them in Unity using a visual ing language.

Responsibilities

a large portion of the gameplay in Unity using a visual ing language like Bolt or Flow Canvas
Lead the game ing team
Set standards and workflow
Generate and monitor time estimates
Review s and provide clear, consistent, and constructive feedback to the team
Work with Creative Director to breakdown and design docs and bring gameplay concepts into player-focused experiences
Be an advocate for the player in moment-to-moment experiences

Requirements

5 years experience ing on a console title with Bolt, Blueprints, Kismet, or a similar visual ing system
Shipped at least two console titles
Strong design sense and ability to create new ideas, support existing ideas, and implement ideas in in a timely manner
Strong knowledge base in Unity
Motivated to self-manage and actively seek answers, conduct research and explore creative solutions
A passion for story-driven games and fantastical worlds and characters

How to apply?

Please email Jobs@theoddgentlemen.com with a resume, cover letter, and portfolio materials or links. Additionally, a design test may be required.