“Solitaire?! Really?” Yes – really! We have amazing people, which has earned us both ‘Best Places To Work’ in the OC (’15, ’16, and ’17) and a 4.6 rating on Glassdoor. And that’s before you consider that we have the 2nd most played mobile game in the world. Your contributions touch millions, every single day.

Job Description

You’ll be an awesome Unity developer who’s looking to join an amazing team. You will work on a suite of card games, across 3 platforms – which includes new features, ongoing support, and entirely new games. You’ll help simplify our parallel iOS/Android development. You’ll have serious engineering chops - high-level design, implementation, and art pipelines. You’ll be a team player, with excellent communication, who enjoys working closely with peers - artists, coders, and designers.

Responsibilities:

  • Be a client engineer on the Card Suite
  • Design, build, and maintain games in Unity
  • Triage bugs, integrate SDK’s, and support our Live Ops team
  • Improve the Art Pipeline (ex UI/UX, animations, particles)
  • Communicate timelines, own tasks, and participate in Scrums
  • Relate to our moto: “Speed, Not Haste”

Qualifications

  • B.S. in a relevant field (or comparable studio experience)
  • Expert in Unity, with an emphasis on 2D/UI
  • 4+ years in game development with proven past performance
  • Strong OO skills (C# ideal, but C++/Java/etc also accepted)
  • Emphasis on robust code
  • Flexibility to learn new tech
  • Excited about evergreen games that touch millions of players

Why you should work for us:

  • Awesome Perks: free lunch, free snacks, free soda, free coffee, free trip, free dental, free vision
  • Casually awesome workplace - yes, flip flops and shorts are pretty much an everyday thing
  • Growth, growth, growth - we are growing and we would love to take you on the ride
  • We also want to take care of our team so we've got profit sharing incentives, medical, dental (100% paid), vision (100% paid), OPEN PTO, life insurance (100% paid), and 401K
  • Awesome office smack dab in the middle of OC and 2 minutes off the 5 freeway

 

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