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Develop Jobs: Guildford studio looking for a junior gameplay and GUI programmer

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Today we’ll be taking a look at the role of junior gameplay/GUI programmer at a Guildford studio.

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Junior Gameplay/GUI Programmer

South East – UK

Demonstrating a passion for high quality work in an agile environment, the ideal candidate will be able to work on general gameplay programming tasks with an emphasis on in game GUI and game flow. The role will require the ability to work with designers to ensure that features match their vision and ambitions.

Key Accountabilities: 

  • Develop required gameplay features within an agile team.
  • Work with other programmers to ensure requirements for AI, Networking, Animation and Audio are taken into consideration.
  • Work with the QA department to ensure all features are testable and automatable.
  • Contribute to writing automated tests for game features.
  • Work with designers to clarify feature requirements and implement them to a high quality.
  • Work with tools and pipeline teams to ensure that all data required for a feature is accessible and modifiable by design.
  • Ensure that required telemetry and analytics data is collected for feedback to design teams.

For more details and to apply, click here.

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