Lead VR Programmer
- London, United Kingdom
Future Games of London is an independent studio that designs, develops and publishes Smartphone and Tablet games. Founded in September 2009, FGOL create wholly owned and original IP which by March 2016 had achieved over 280 million downloads worldwide following the success of Hungry Shark Evolution. The long-awaited Hungry Shark World, which was released May 2016 is already a smashing success with over 10 million downloads worldwide.
FGOL operate worldwide on a F2P model, via the acquisition, retention and monetization of a sustainable player base whilst insuring their satisfaction, fun and engagement with the virtual world we have built for them to share with their friends. We are a dedicated team with drive, passion and creativity, who enjoy being part of a lively, self-motivated, forward thinking company in an exciting and ever-evolving industry.
Future Games of London is seeking for a talented Lead Programmer with experience and expertise in the virtual reality games domain. The main responsibilities of the Lead would be to make various key modules for the game, architect new features with other senior programmers and mentor the other game programmers. The programmer should be capable enough for creating various technical solutions and should have strong understanding of various game mechanics and scenarios.
Proficient in C#/Java/C++ with good understanding
of object oriented development
Excellent understanding of all parts of Unity3D
Expert understanding of how to get the best
performance out of Unity3D
Good debugger and problem solver
A keen understanding of the challenges of VR
Can break down and estimate tasks accurately
Can analyse an existing module of reasonable
complexity and extend it
Demonstrable experience of building games for
Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, Gear VR or Daydream
Experience in leading small agile teams
1 or more shipped VR title
Worked on multiplatform products
FGOL offers its employees some great benefits which include flexible office hours, 25 days of annual leave, a pension plan, private healthcare, not to mention weekly football, birthday cakes, monthly breakfasts and a friendly and creative working environment.