Turbo Button is a fully remote Indie game studio based on the US west coast. We’ve developed a reputation for making weird, polished, charming-as-heck VR games like Floor Plan and Along Together. Our team designs and codes for VR from the ground up with each project. We strive to respect the time and attention of our players by creating games filled with memorable moments and characters.
Our team is currently seeking a Generalist Game Developer to help us build new content for Floor Plan 2. This is a contract position through at least February 2022.
We’re a tiny team without dedicated programmers or designers - we treat them as the same position - so we need someone who is comfortable working in both disciplines. If you’re a designer who likes to write code, or a programmer who can jump in and contribute to level design, this is the role for you!
We are looking for someone unafraid to push the boundaries and eager to learn new things. We value potential, creativity, and a willingness to learn and are open to discussing long-term placement if we find the right candidate.
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About Floor Plan 2
Floor Plan 2 is a comedy adventure inspired by escape rooms, packed with more puzzles than you can fit in an elevator.
On your first day of work, the boss sends you on an errand to retrieve a lost treasure that will turn the company's fortunes around. And good news: it's somewhere in the building! Just use the elevator down the hall. Oh, and by the way, each floor is a gateway to another world, nobody speaks your language, and time and space are fluid.