As a Game Designer you will be working with our product, art, and engineering teams to create genuinely fun and compelling experiences for the many, many, many players who enjoy our games each day.
- Be a champion of player sentiment, with an eye towards increasing the “wow” factor while maintaining healthy game KPIs
- Create new features and systems for current and upcoming games
- Adjust and fine-tune existing features and experiences to make them more enjoyable from a player’s perspective
- Be an evangelist for good game design and educate the rest of the game teams on best practices so that everyone can think like a game designer to some degree
- You’re an avid gamer who enjoys playing a wide variety of mobile, PC, console, and tabletop games
- You have a proven ability to design and adjust everything from short moment-to-moment experiences to multi-week metagame cycles
- You’re comfortable working on free-to-play games in genres such as social casino, casual, and midcore
- You’re not afraid to dive into the numbers to correctly balance complicated features and economies
- You can work patiently and productively with a wide variety of other teams, including other designers, product managers, producers, engineers, artists, and QA
- You naturally communicate and even sell your ideas to your teammates and get them excited about what they’re building
- You’re able to take feedback and adjust accordingly, and whilst you’re able to advocate your point of view, you also have the ability to find the best compromise
- You’re comfortable making sense of game performance KPIs and metrics and how they relate to game design
Product Madness burst into life in 2007 as the brainchild of two Stanford Business MBA graduates who possessed an innate love of gaming. Initially, the entrepreneurs developed casual games for Facebook and mobile, before having a ‘light-bulb moment’ in 2009 and refocusing their efforts with laser-guided precision on the exploding social casino genre. They have been bringing world-class social slots to real slots fans ever since! Now part of Aristocrat Leisure, Product Madness have published hit titles Heart of Vegas, Cashman Casino, FaFaFa and Lightning Link on Facebook, iOS and Android platforms and have grown considerably in size over the past year with offices in London and Lviv.
Product Madness’ dedication to promoting diversity and inclusion is clearly reflected in all our content and across all our platforms. Diversity is more than a commitment at Product Madness—it is in the core values of what we do. We are fully focused on equality and believe deeply in diversity of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, maternity, marriage or civil partnership, religion, race and all the other fascinating characteristics that make us different.
What is great about working at Product Madness?
Like all game studios, we have a fully stocked kitchen, foosball table, games room, lunches/breakfasts, beanbags to sit on and much more… but we know this isn’t what makes us unique. What makes us stand out from the crowd is the autonomy we provide our employees, the opportunity to work on top grossing titles and the professional development opportunities that everyone has access to. We understand that our employees are the key to our success and so ensure we pay above the industry standard and offer a comprehensive benefits package. That doesn’t mean to say it's all work and no play, we have a lot of fun creating games from our swanky office in Liverpool Street, as well as having a great social community that is truly reflective of the diverse teams we have here! So what are you waiting for, come and join the madness!
- Up to 5% employer pension contribution with Aviva
- Private Health insurance with Vitality
- Full dental insurance
- Life Insurance
- Long term disability insurance
- 28 days’ holiday
- Employee assistance programme
- Bonus scheme
- Season ticket loan
- Personal development & career plans
- Relocation support
- A rated visa sponsor
- Study assistance program
- Moving house day
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