Game Designer (m/f/d)
gamigo AG

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Job description

We need support at our location in Berlin at the earliest opportunity and are looking for a Game Designer (m/f/d).

As a Game Designer (m/f/d) you are responsible for developing creative content and systems gameplay. You will evaluate gameplay design, extract data, and implement creative design in-game. This role will cross-functionally work with other departments.

Your tasks:

Participate in the planning and execution of cohesive and scalable gameplay experiences, including gameplay content and systems
Write and maintain game design documents
Write, edit, and review gameplay scripts and coding
Collaborate with design teams to utilize data, feedback and information to overcome design challenges
Work with Agile Methodology in a team setting on daily basis to deliver the assigned development tasks on time


Minimum two-years of design experience with video game titles
Understanding of game design and technical implementation
Ability to learn and use proprietary editors and tools to create gameplay features
Basic understanding of standard scripting logic, procedures, and familiarity with common scripting languages – LUA scripting knowledge preferred, C++ knowledge is a plus
Exemplary verbal and written communication skills with the ability to creatively collaborate with others
Ability to handle multiple projects within a fast paced environment
Strong creative mindset
Gamer with a deep knowledge and passion for gaming

What we offer:

A challenging job with lots of responsibility and freedom to grow professionally and acquire new skills
A fun and lively work environment in an energetic gaming company
A team of passionate colleagues
Competitive salary
Regular company parties and team events

Your contact person for this position is Mara Dinulescu.

Qualifications professional experience
Working hours full-time
Job location Berlin (Germany) (on-location only)
Type of job application via email

Hamburg (Germany)
Contact person Mara Dinulescu
Email Apply

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