We are looking for Unity 3D developers to work part-time on Lunar Destiny, a VR rover racing game set on the Moon. The game is part of an extended universe, featuring a novel, comics, poster art, and more.
Team is based in Ireland and U.S.
This is a perfect opportunity for the right candidate to work on a new commercial game and level up their skills. We’re looking for a self starter who can manage their workflow, be punctual for calls and meetings, and work with an international team to tight deadlines. They must be good at documenting code and troubleshooting issues. The right candidate will work with one of our lead developers who will provide guidance and review the quality of their work.
Positions are initially as unpaid interns; several will transition to paid positions later this year.
You must be able to:
*Work remotely and independently, using your own hardware and software
*Participate in Skype video conferences and WhatsApp texting
*Initially working mostly with US staff (GMT – 5 hours) for part of workday
*Work in a Unity environment using C#
*Implement game functionality per design and guidance
*Proficiency importing 3D artwork and getting it game-ready within Unity. (setting up rigging, Animations, Materials)
*Proficiency with the Physically Based Rendering system within Unity
*Give regular feedback to the project management team on design, coding, and implementation issues and improvements
*Provide quality technical documentation
*Create tools for level design and mechanics tweaking
*Use GitHub or similar repository for daily code checkin
*Provide accurate estimates for work and meet estimates
*Address bugs and other technical issues in a timely manner
Helpful if you have:
*Excellent knowledge of Unity C#
*Experience with shipped game titles
*Interest and knowledge of space programs/technologies
*Experience with racing games/vehicles
Apply to: email@example.com with “Unity Developer” in subject line. Please include your CV and link(s) to any supporting site(s). We look forward to meeting you!
See the project website at http://the8thcontinentgame.com/
(Job originally posted May 2016. Updated and reposted July 2016. )