Mediatonic is a leading independent developer, focused on building and operating live games.
We’ve been in business for 13 years and with a development team of over 120 people, we’re one of the largest independent studios in the UK.
With studios in both London, Brighton and Madrid, we’re committed to developing best in class titles that entertain millions of players.
As a game designer at Mediatonic, you’ll be sat at the heart of one of our game teams; responsible for taking a game concept and mapping out the structure and systems that underpin it. You can expect to:
You are the game architect; responsible for ensuring it is built efficiently and to the highest possible standards.
We are seeking an experienced game designer who can jump in and immediately get their hands dirty. Ideally, you should have:
It is important to note that this role will span both premium and free to play titles. It is important that you understand the differences between these two, enjoy both, and are comfortable working in either realm.
Why Choose Mediatonic?
Above all, we take pride in crafting games that challenge and inspire us every day.
We hire experts to take on the biggest creative and technical challenges we can get our hands on and we invest in our people for the long term.
Working in small and ambitious teams we strive for minimal hierarchy. Our philosophy is to be open in informal.
Our studios are based in the heart of central London, Brighton and Madrid. You’ll find plenty of social activities during and outside of work time including game nights, board game nights, life drawing classes, game jams, tech talks, pub trips and a visiting chef once a month who provides lunch for the whole company.
Games are fun! We believe if you have fun making them, it shows through in the final product.
Applying for this Role
We receive thousands of applications every year. As a small team we try our best to respond to everyone but we don’t always get this right. We know how hard it is to find the right role and we’re really grateful for every application we receive.
Here’s some advice when applying to Mediatonic…
A cover letter that tells us a bit about you and what you’re passionate about is essential to get our attention and distinguish your application from the crowd.
Read the job description carefully and let us know why you believe you’re the right person to take on this job; a huge part of Game Design is communicating your ideas to others.
Successful applicants will normally receive a written questionnaire followed by a phone interview. After this process, you’ll be invited to an interview at Mediatonic with members of our Creative team.
We look forward to hearing from you!