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).
Role Name: Senior Game Developer (C#)
Type: Part Time/Remote
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 onesTest updates and fix bugsDive into a lot of new areas of development, often times taking the research-to-learn portion upon yourselfUse GitHub and basic source-control standardsWorking with a small team
18 years experience or more in livingExperience developing programs or games in C#Experience with the Unity EngineUnderstanding of game networkingRelevant experience working on a team making a commercial game
Good to Have
Knowledge of web systems and how they interact with a gameExperience porting PC to Mac and/or Linux