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Knuddels is Germany's largest chat platform with more than one million members and 150 million messages exchanged every month. We're around for 22 years already and offer a variety of functions including chat rooms, matchmaking, and in-app games. We are looking for awesome developers to be part of our fun and innovative games development team (full-time, part-time or as a working student).
What to expect
- You will independently develop the front- and backend of existing games as well as new games from scratch using our API as well as Phaser and React with Typescript
- You will contribute ideas for the further development of existing games as well as new games
- A fun, motivated team consisting of working students and software developers with many years of professional experience
- You possess good knowledge of an object-oriented programming language
- You have a high degree of independence, self-organization and motivation
- You are creative and interested in learning new topics
- You enjoy working in a team
- You speak english fluently and have basic german skills
- You have experience in game and web development
- You have experience in programming with Phaser
- You are a regular user of social media or online chats
- You speak german fluently
What we offer
- We will train you in professional game development in the web environment with React, Typescript, Phaser, HTML and CSS.
- The possibility to fully contribute - with us the best ideas count
- A very good working atmosphere with an open-minded and motivated team
- Flexible working hours and location-independent work - putting the team's wellbeing first and creating a healthy work atmosphere
- Central location in Karlsruhe's city center with a huge rooftop terrace and state-of-the-art equipment
- Free breakfast, drinks, snacks and regular joint leisure activities
- A company with over 20 years of experience, but which still hasn't lost its startup atmosphere
- ...and the satisfying feeling of having made 100,000 users happy on release day of your first game :-)