Release Manager

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Posted
September 10, 2021
Full Time
Anywhere
Remote

Armor Games is looking for a Release Manager to help us coordinate our game releases for PC, console, mobile, and VR! Working with indie game developers from around the world, you’ll be in close coordination with talented developers and our tight-knit remote team to help our games launch across multiple platforms.

We are open to exploring this role with you as either entry level or with more experienced candidates. This position is full-time remote.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Work with our internal team and external developers to release games on several first-party platforms
  • Build sustainable release strategies and deployment plans across each platform and game
  • Coordinate and solve logistical problems in onboarding games to platforms
  • Help producers and developers navigate certification and build submissions
  • Manage backend tools and services with first-party platforms
  • Set up store pages in conjunction with marketing team, developers, and producers
  • Help coordinate sales and opportunities for our titles post-launch
  • Maintain our release calendar
  • Stay up-to-date on new processes and requirements for platforms ensuring we’re meeting high standards
  • Coordinate hardware and other resources for team

Desired Experience/Qualifications

  • Previous experience in release management on PC, console, mobile
  • Self-starter, able to identify and solve problems autonomously
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Knowledge and love for indie games
  • Experience in Excel/Google Sheets
  • Excellent communication skills, comfortable with Slack/online meetings

Working at Armor Games includes:

  • Full-time role with benefits (may differ based on location)
  • Open to flexible working arrangements
  • No crunch
  • 100% remote
  • Super chill, friendly, positive atmosphere

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About Armor Games 

Armor Games is an indie games publisher focused on building a supportive, sustainable, and creative environment for amazing developers. We’re working on games like Bear and Breakfast, Snacko, The Last Stand: Aftermath, and Void Tyrant. With our roots in the early Flash/web games scene we’ve grown to become a publisher for indies on PC, console, mobile, VR, and beyond.


A Few of Our Recent Games

Bear and Breakfast (Gummy Cat Studio) is a laid-back management adventure game where you play as a well-meaning bear trying to run a B+B in the woods. Hank and his friends find an abandoned shack and, equipped with their teenage ingenuity, turn it into a money-making bed and breakfast scheme for unsuspecting tourists. As your business expands so do the mysteries of the forest, and Hank soon finds himself uncovering a plot deeper than the wilderness itself.


Step into the paws of former big city kitties named Momo and Mikan as they start a new life on a seemingly deserted island in Snacko (Bluecurse Studios). Unravel its mysteries while you rebuild a community, farm, fish, and explore the island and beyond! As Momo, with Mikan's help, you will literally build your home and community from the ground up. And maybe you'll also find out the secret behind the island's past along the way... ?

From the creators of The Last Stand: Dead Zone comes The Last Stand: Aftermath (Con Artist Games), an all-new singleplayer rogue-lite action adventure. Infected by the affliction that ravaged humanity, you set out to explore the apocalypse and find hope for your fellow survivors. Even like this, you can still make a difference. Don’t give up.

You can view more of our games like LumbearJack, The Tartarus Key, Swords & Souls: Neverseen and more on our website.

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