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Develop Jobs: Join Clever Beans as a game designer

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Today we’ll be taking a look at the role of game designer at Manchester-based console developer Clever Beans.

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Game Designer – Clever Beans

Manchester – UK

We are looking for a Game Designer to help us to develop the next generation of console games. If you have a strong desire to bring creative & fun new game concepts to life, we want you to apply!

This is an opportunity to work as part of a small friendly team where you have the opportunity to really make a mark. You should be a motivated individual and should be able to work in a self-directed manner.

You will be involved in design at all stages of the development process, from initial concept to level design and user testing and balancing.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Design, document and communicate game features to the team
  • Design and build (block-out) levels using 3d layout tools
  • Balance and fine-tune gameplay both alone and using feedback from playtest sessions
  • Work with the team to resolve design and gameplay issues as they emerge during development
  • Work with artists to create designs that are also sympathetic to art composition
  • Critically review the product at each stage of development

For more details and to apply, click here.

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