Social VR Developer

Kluge Interactive
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August 11, 2022
Full Time

Kluge Interactive is the VR & AR game studio behind Synth Riders, a top-selling VR rhythm game. We are currently building a series of new titles while also servicing a select roster of clients.

We are looking for a developer to work in scripting games made inside of a social VR platform. You’ll be working directly in the headset along with a fellow developer. You’ll have support from a broader creative, development, and production team.


Minimum Requirements

  • Experience in VR
  • Between 2-3 years of experience in game development
  • Able to work with a cross-functional team in a very collaborative atmosphere
  • Able to communicate clearly with other members of our team


Desired Requirements

  • Experience in Unity or Unreal Engine
  • Experience in social gaming
  • Good knowledge on mathematics of transformation, matrix, and linear algebra.
  • Have a working knowledge of 3D geometry and linear algebra.
  • Knowledge of 3D vector math is a plus



You’ll be working on making games inside of a social VR platform side-to-side with another developer from the team. 

You’ll be part of a broader cross-functional team made up of artists, developers, our production team, and our game designer.

While the creative team will be providing the overall creative and artistic direction of the games, you’ll be responsible for scripting the mechanics of the game, and completing any revisions that come up during client review or QA. You will have the freedom to explore animations and other interactive opportunities to enhance the gameplay and overall feel of our games.



  • Salary is based on experience (full-time contract)
  • Remote work
  • A lot of flexibility - able to work to your own style and in your own schedule
  • You’ll work with a diverse team with a lot of experience
  • Your voice will be valued within the team – a good idea can come from anyone
Kluge Interactive

Founded in 2008, Kluge is a VR/AR first creative technology studio developing its own portfolio of VR games as well as helping forward-thinking brands and companies build immersive VR/AR products and experiences.

Based in LA, Kluge has a growing team of globally distributed technology creatives, who are all working closely together to forge the future of VR and AR.

Founded on the principles of collaboration, scrappiness and creativity, Kluge is quick to recognize a compelling idea, whether it comes from one of our team members or our supportive community.

If you are looking to flex your creative muscles and want to join a company where you are given the freedom to make a difference, you will find a welcome home at Kluge.

What it’s like to work with Kluge

  • You have a lot of freedom to work where and when you want. We are 100% remote, and fully decentralized, with team members across both coasts of the USA, as well as in different parts of Europe, Latin America and Australia
  • You have a lot of flexibility to take the time off you need when you need it the most
  • You’ll work with a very collaborative team, made up of artists, developers, and producers, working together with input from other disciplines and departments
  • You have the ear and direct access to the founding team who is open to feedback and looking for you to continuously improve and grow along with Kluge
Featured Game

Final Fury is a fighting game reminiscent of your favorite combat games, reimagined for VR.

Let the music move you as you catch notes, ride the rails, and dodge obstacles! Synth Riders is a freestyle interactive VR rhythm game enjoyed by thousands of fans across the globe. Currently available on the Oculus store, Steam store, and PlayStation, Synth Riders has 56 OST songs, a DLC track list that includes artists such as Muse, The Offspring and Caravan Palace. Synth Riders also offers a wide selection of game modifiers, a global leader board and multiplayer rooms that allow you to play and compete with fans from around the world.

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