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Experienced gameplay programmer – Full Fat

UK – Midlands

Established in 1996, Full Fat is well established and respected games developer.

Based in the historic town of Warwick in the heart of the U.K. and housed in an awesome, recently refurbished studio, the company has developed multiple games for GBA, NDS, Wii, PSP and mobile platforms. Previously known for its work on high-profile licensed handheld products, today Full Fat is continuing its work on high quality digital development, primarily on ios and Android.

Full Fat’s aim is to produce and develop quality video games within a professional environment where staff, at all levels, feel motivated and eager to carry out their tasks responsibly and effectively. Full Fat’s past and continuing success is based on excellent products and excellent people.

As a company with a solid tradition, we are careful to maintain our consistent high quality which brings us success in the business.

Full Fat is looking for talented Lead / Senior Programmers to assist in further developing our products.

For more details and to apply, click here.

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