UI Developer (C++/UE4), Remote

MY.GAMES is a leading European publisher and developer headquartered in Amsterdam, with over one billion registered users worldwide. War Robots, Hustle Castle, Rush Royale, Left to Survive, Tacticool, and many other games were developed and produced by MY.GAMES.

The company creates and publishes games for PC, consoles, and mobile devices.

We have more than a dozen game development studios united under MY.GAMES, as well as MGVC, a global game investment company. The global MY.GAMES and MGVC partner network comprises over 40 studios.

Our studios are professional teams with their own unique atmosphere. We’re united by a common passion: transforming our enthusiasm and talent into fabulous games. We create engaging products which captivate millions of people all over the world.

What you’ll do:

  • Develop game interfaces using C++ and UMG Blueprints
  • Interact with back-end developers and interface designers
  • Develop new controls, screens, and interactive scenes
  • Optimize the code, work with devices

What you need to succeed:

  • 2+ years as a front-end developer
  • 1+ years experience creating interfaces with UMG in UE4
  • Advanced level of UMG Blueprints
  • Advanced knowledge of Unreal Engine
  • Programming languages knowledge: C++ and similar languages
  • Excellent understanding of UI layout principles from the technical side
  • Teamwork skills
  • Self-organization and proactivity

Nice to have:

  • Experience working on previously released PC/PS4/X1 games

What we offer:

  • Work remotely from all around the world
  • Collaborative working atmosphere in an internal game dev community that unites more than 40 in-house and partner studios
  • A strong team of specialists across different areas — access unique expertise and professional knowledge
  • Possibility to experiment and work on interesting tasks with ambitious goals — we have all resources to implement new ideas
  • Create great games and win the hearts of players
  • Push the boundaries of the game industry and lead the way forward