Our mission at Turborilla is to bring the world of action sports fans together by creating world-class games and experiences. We are now looking to bring experienced, fun and engaged talents together to help us develop the next phase of Mad Skills BMX 2 in our new office in Skellefteå. Are you an experienced game programmer who wants to help us build the future?
Who we are
Turborilla is one of Sweden’s leading independent game studios, responsible for the Mad Skills franchise of action sports games. These games have been installed 80 million times across the world, with more than 27 billion races having been initiated by our players. According to our rough calculations, that’s something like 6075 years of toilet time.
We strive to be the best at what we do, and to have the best people around to do it.
Who you are
You have at least 5 years game programming experience, and 3 years with mobile games. You're a top-notch programmer who can help us take our Mad Skills BMX 2 title to the next level. You will be responsible for specific game mechanics, SDK implementations, helping the producer with project planning, assisting more junior programmers, and fixing bugs prior to the final game release.
To be our senior game programmer you are a skilled, motivated, talented problem solver with a passion for mobile games and with the experience of making at least one mobile game through the full production cycle.
If you enjoy being involved in creating world-class games, have experience using game software tools, enjoy working in a collaborative team environment, and have a passion for game development, we just might be right for each other.
In this role, you will
Translate ideas into efficient code, constructing the game base engine. Develop milestones and schedules, create game quality unit tests, maintain code and fix game bugs. As a senior game programmer you will be expected to share your ideas and experience with our junior game programmers to help them grow in their roles.
Senior Game Developer Requirements:
- Expert in C#
- Knowledge in Unity
- 5+ years Game Development experience
- Ability to solve complex problems using best practices
- Proven work experience completing a mobile game life-cycle
- Attention to the latest gaming trends and technologies
- Able to work as part of a team
- B.A. or B.S. degree in Computer Science, Game Programming, technical degree or equivalent relevant programming experience
- Experience in working with Jira or Basecamp
- Fan of action sports, racing, or these genres of games
What we offer
At Turborilla we believe that our team is our strongest asset, so we nurture and lift our employees with:
- 40-hour work week, no overtime
- Flex hours
- Competitive salary with benefits
- 25 days of paid vacation
- 1 hour of health care each week
- Health benefits & in-office massages
- Company parties & team building events
- Potential travel
The position is full time and permanent (after 6 month of trial employment). The studio is based in Skellefteå, Sweden, which means relocation would potentially be needed.
Unfortunately visa sponsorship is not an option at this time. For this role you need a Swedish working permit.
If you don't match all the requirements, please express how your passion, attitude and interest in Turborilla might compensate for this.
City of Skellefteå
Skellefteå is located in the north of Sweden, just over an hour by flight from Stockholm. Skellefteå is an up-and-coming city with approx. 33 000 inhabitants. The city offers sports, films, festivals, industries, music and research. The size of the city, the ease of living, and the nearby nature--spectacular northern lights displays are not uncommon--make it ideal for families.