Senior Game Developer (C#) (Open Position) - World to Build

Senior Game Developer (C#)

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Listing ID: U85C2-227JR-ILAPV-XWK28

About Our Company

World to Build is an online voxel-based sandbox game where players can create worlds and designs in a 3D environment, create their own personal avatar, learn script-based programming, make friends, and build their wealth with an interactive online economy.

We are a startup company located in Wake County, North Carolina and are looking for team members that are as excited as we are about creating the next big sandbox game.

Our tight-knit team of developers are located in all parts of the United States, and our company is 100% remote. Our goal is simple: Create an interactive game where players can collaborate, make friends, and break the ceiling of 3D building, all while staying 100% community focused (it's been our committment from day one).

Position Details

Role Name: Senior Game Developer (C#)

Type: Part Time/Remote

Department: Game


This position is an integral part of our platform. It involves widespread knowledge of game development because of the nature of a sandbox platform. This position also involves peer-to-peer networking, working with an in-house "voxel engine," and understanding of web systems.

As a very small development team, we don't have the luxury of hopping straight into bed with potential applicants. If you have the experience and time for creating a sandbox platform like World To Build and understand the nuances of a fresh company (and game company), you can apply here and we will discuss the application process and compensation.


  • Work on World To Build's game client in Unity to create new features and maintain existing ones
  • Test updates and fix bugs
  • Dive into a lot of new areas of development, often times taking the research-to-learn portion upon yourself
  • Use GitHub and basic source-control standards
  • Working with a small team
  • Requirements

  • 18 years experience or more in living
  • Experience developing programs or games in C#
  • Experience with the Unity Engine
  • Understanding of game networking
  • Relevant experience working on a team making a commercial game
  • Good to Have

  • Knowledge of web systems and how they interact with a game
  • Experience porting PC to Mac and/or Linux
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