Unity Developer

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July 23, 2021
Full Time

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LunchBox Entertainment is a new indie studio dedicated to developing rich strategy games that are accessible to a wide audience. We are looking for a Unity Developer to join our team on a MOBA project. Responsibilities include programming core features, optimizing code, and developing unit abilities. Applicants should be self-motivated and have experience working on a team. All work will be remote. Candidates overlapping with Europe and USA timezones would be ideal.

What you'll get to do: 

  • Lay the groundwork for long-term success by building robust systems 
  • Partner closely with designers to implement systems for gameplay
  • Take ownership of a subset of gameplay systems 
  • Optimize gameplay code for speed and memory usage 

What we are looking for:

  • Passion for playing and making games, particularly MOBAs and Real-time strategy games
  • Proficiency in C# 
  • Expert architect in gameplay systems and interactivity 
  • Excellent debugging and profiling skills 
  • Experience with room-code networking solutions 
  • Experience with Job System & Burst Compiler 
  • Build & maintain documentation for implemented features 
  • Git source control 

Nice to haves: 

  • You have shipped a multiplayer project with dedicated servers
  • Experience leading a development team 
  • Computer science or related degree 
  • Enjoy playing MOBAs and Real-time strategy games
  • Leadership experience


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