Game Designer Gamification

Responsibilities Planning, thinking, and designing game systems/controls/interfaces/narrative/level/mechanics that align with design pillars to delight the users. Working collaboratively with fellow designers and development team members to concept and deliver the intended experience. Communicating design decisions to relevant stakeholders. Requirements First and foremost, you are a designer. You must understand the end-users and business context to develop suitable solutions. You know when to make a quick and dirty prototype and when to make a polished one. You also have to gather users’ feedback and know how to use it to improve your design. At least three years of working experience as a game designer. Your portfolio should include at least 2-3 games. Experience developing casual games will be preferred. Relevant portfolio. Applicants without a portfolio will not be considered, sorry! Have a good understanding and can devise plans for a game’s monetization and in-game economy. Please show this in your portfolio. Possess excellent critical and design thinking. Possess excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Able to lead fellow designers and/or the team to realize the vision of the design. The ability to use relevant game engines and tools to prototype will be preferred. Pluses Possess design leadership experience. Able to communicate fluently in English, both oral and written. What You Get As A Temporary Crew In addition to competitive remuneration and extensive benefits, we offer: Standard PackageCompetitive rewards include an annual religious holiday allowance (THR) that is given if the crew’s contract is still active and extends through the religious holiday. State-of-the-Art Office SpaceOur office is designed for collaboration among crews, and features facilities such as a gym and tatami room. Work Hour FlexibilityOur hybrid system offers a flexible approach to work, allowing for a combination of WFO and WFH work schedules. We also provide semi-flexible working hours and replacement hours to accommodate individual needs and unexpected situations. *Benefits as specified in the contract.

Game Designer FSKU

Responsibilities Tune and balance content you’re developing; extend those systems to realize new visions for gameplay and improve player experience. Gather, acknowledge, and respond to internal feedback, adjusting design choices as necessary. Ensure all your content is well-organized and easily updated by other team members. Work on multi-disciplinary teams to conceptualize and build exceptional game content. Able to validate the design contribution of a small project or feature in a medium-large scale project. Able to not only concept and implement but also prove it works or adds value to the product (e.g., through deconstruction, data, user test, buy-in, etc.) Requirements Three years or more experience with game design. Strong game design fundamentals, understanding of core player experiences, and ability to make good design decisions. Have at least 2-3 games as portfolio with playable content or prototypes that demonstrate strong game design skills. Familiar with Unreal Engine for gameplay prototyping, including level design and user experience principles. Absolute passion for playing and making games. Fluent in many prevalent game genres and mechanics. Creatively, analytically, and organizationally skilled with proven ability to write, communicate, and maintain detailed design documentation throughout the game life cycle. Conduct deep research, communicate effectively, collaborate within teams, solve problems, adapt to project needs, and show a desire for growth and self-development. Open to feedback or input and enjoys working in an iterative and agile process. Able to analyze and interpret data to fit design objectives. Ability to interpret player and peer feedback and turn it into in-game solutions. What You Get As A Temporary Crew In addition to competitive remuneration and extensive benefits, we offer: Standard PackageCompetitive rewards include an annual religious holiday allowance (THR) that is given if the crew’s contract is still active and extends through the religious holiday. State-of-the-Art Office SpaceOur office is designed for collaboration among crews, and features facilities such as a gym and tatami room. Work Hour FlexibilityOur hybrid system offers a flexible approach to work, allowing for a combination of WFO and WFH work schedules. We also provide semi-flexible working hours and replacement hours to accommodate individual needs and unexpected situations. *Benefits as specified in the contract.