Game Developer Intern
About Motion Miracles
Motion Miracles an interactive media company at the forefront of the industry in Sri Lanka and world-wide.
The studio has created hit games such as Tie N' Dye that has reached #2 in its genre in the US App Store.
Our world-class product teams work with the best in the world such as Voodoo, Supersonic and Lion Studios.
We are inviting you to create and develop the most exciting and entertaining hypercasual games. You will definitely learn how to use using both technical and creative skills to bring game ideas to life, have good knowledge of Unity, coding and publishing process.
The ideal candidate will have a good eye for details, be open to learn how to create ads and integrate platforms. We would love to work with candidate who is able to deal with the pressure of deadline driven deliveries and motivated to continually improve.
This is an ideal opportunity to learn and gain experience and work up to game developer role inside a rapidly growing hypercasual games business within a team of proven industry experts, publishers, developers, and artists.
You'll be successful if you
Have a portfolio that you can show us
Have a background in software engineering, Unity, HTML, Open GL, C# etc.
Strong communication skills - Fluent in English
Ability and equipment to work remotely
Knowledge of Blender would be a plus
Your main challenge will be prototyping, iterating and launching hypercasual game
Deconstruct and analyze mobile games and mechanics
Ideate Games and create them using Unity
Implement animations, effects, and particle systems
Integrate SDKs for monetization, ads and tracking KPIs to analyze user behavior and performance
Work with our game artists if additional assets are needed
Identify and resolve development problems
Report and adhere to timelines set by the studio's product leads
Be involved in all aspects of the hypercasual game development from UI/UX, game design, logic, performance, marketing etc.
Be able to benchmark and stay on top of the market and new trends
Collaborate with developers, testers and publishers