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Happy Volcano is looking for an enthusiastic QA engineer.
We are working on a single and multiplayer live (GaaS) game called You Suck At Parking, coming out on PC, Xbox, PS, Switch and eventually mobile. It is a fun physics based racing game, with a lot of wacky obstacles, customizable cosmetics, an editor to make your own levels and much more. In short, there is a lot that can break. We plan to keep You Suck At Parking alive for years to come, with constant updates, rotating tracks, weekly challenges, leaderboards, car customization and in-app purchases.
This is your chance to take up a crucial role in our team, as our first dedicated QA specialist. You will play the game to find out all kinds of ways for it to break. You'll be able to provide valuable insights to our game design, shaping how You Suck a Parking plays; test the team's work and provide detailed feedback; schedule multiplayer test sessions...
You'll also have the opportunity to take the lead over a QA team at certain points during development, and design A/B test scenarios during and after beta release.
You would be a great fit if...
What you'll get...
Candidates from under-represented backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Full or partial remote work is possible, depending on location.
About Happy Volcano
Happy Volcano has a team of skilled game designers and developers. We’re based in Leuven, Belgium and collaborate with artists, developers and sound designers across the world to launch awesome video games. The studio released the critically acclaimed and award-winning The Almost Gone in 2020 and is currently working on You Suck at Parking, coming to Steam in 2021.
About You Suck at Parking
Discover the joy of parking in a four-wheeled mini-golf-athon against the clock and Perfect your parking with a plethora of puzzles. The game is all physics based and you drive, drift, jump and teleport through tricky courses and can even make your own tracks!