Software Engineer / Game Developer (All Levels) at DreamWorld (W21)
The game where everyone creates together
San Francisco Bay Area (Redwood City) / Remote
Any (new grads ok)
About DreamWorld

DreamWorld is the massive digital world where everyone creates together. Think Minecraft or Roblox, except one immersive social world.

Look at the software that has fundamentally changed how people live: Search (Google), Social Networks (Facebook), Ecommerce (Amazon). Now think of what will come in the next 25. One of these monumental shifts will be the pervasiveness of the Digital World, and it is our goal to create it.

We believe this Digital World will rise out of the medium that's had the seeds of it for a while, Gaming. So we are building the largest MMO ever. Our gameplay revolves around Social and User Creation. To oversimplify, our initial goal is creating a successor to Minecraft and World of Warcraft.

Gameplay Video Showcase (9 months development):

About the role
Skills: C++, Git, Unreal Engine

We're looking for great programmers that know: C++, Unreal Engine, Game Development, Git, (and if you'd like to work on multiplayer networking: Distributed Systems, Go, AWS).

Example features you will work on: Proximity Voice Chat, Procedural World/Biome creation, Multiplayer Optimization, Trade Professions, RPG Combat Classes, Farming/Food/Hunger system, etc.

You should take this job if you:

  1. Love video games.
  2. Want to be a founding member of a company where you steer product design, technical architecture, and future growth.
  3. Want to have visible, critical impact on weekly code shipping.
  4. Enjoy minimal process and deciding what you build every week.

We're building DreamWorld in C++ on Unreal Engine, creating gameplay features that we ship every week to eager players.

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