Senior Unity3D Developer – Kiev (Full-time)
Thursday, August 21, 2014 at 10:11
Game Developer, Kiev, Frameworks, Development, Games, Internet, Casual Games, Social Games, Technology, Unity3D
GamePoint has been on the cutting edge of online gaming for over a decade. Our International platform is a meeting place for millions of people and features an extensive collection of real-time multiplayer games, aimed at keeping people entertained and engaged. Our platform www.gamepoint.com is localized in 13 languages and is available via our own portal, partner websites and social networks.
C# or Unity3D Wizard?
Always wanted to work for a worldwide player that is based in Kiev?
Are you flexible, a team player and are you also able to work independent?
Our current Game Development team is organized around 18 employees with 2 offices in Kiev, Ukraine and Scheveningen, Netherlands.
The Unity3D Developer has four major tasks:
• Front-end development of tablet and mobile games
• Develop synchronous and asynchronous tablet and mobile multiplayer games
• Porting to multiple mobile operating systems
• Implementation of client-side code based on GamePoints framework
You have the following qualifications:
• Extensive understanding and advanced knowledge of C#
• Experience in Unity3D
• Experience in rich UI frameworks like WPF
• Experience in cross mobile platform development
• Atleast one published application
• Knowledge and experience integrating with a variety of external APIs
• Experienced with memory management and optimization for mobile devices
• Several years of experience with software projects, ideally in game development
• Skills in object-oriented programming
• The ability to manage incidental and planned challenges during non-business hours
• Being able to look outside the box and solve problems
• Writing well commented and easy to understand code
• Knowledge of the English language
• Big sense of responsibility, commitment and flexibility
mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your motivation + cv
GamePoint Launches GamePoint Poker on Facebook
Monday, July 21, 2014 at 19:18
GamePoint Launches GamePoint Poker on Facebook; Expands Social Casino Offering With Popular Card game
GamePoint Poker Available Today Exclusively on Facebook and GamePoint.com
THE HAGUE, Jul. 21, 2014 – GamePoint, one of the world’s leading synchronous multiplayer social game developers, today expands its range of social casino games with the launch of GamePoint Poker, a new web based card game. GamePoint Poker is available today exclusively on GamePoint.com and Facebook worldwide. GamePoint Poker joins the suite of GamePoint social casino games including GamePoint Bingo and Royaldice.
“We’re proud of this latest addition to our suite of social casino games. After extensive testing by some of our most committed GamePoint players on our own portals, we feel we’re ready to present GamePoint Poker to the world by launching it on Facebook canvas. GamePoint has always been a strong player in the synchronous multiplayer and social casino spaces. Poker was a bit of a no-brainer, but we wanted to do it right. With GamePoint Poker, I feel we’ve created something that our players will love,” said Rik Haandrikman, Director of Business Development, GamePoint.
Where Las Vegas style casino Poker has been done often, GamePoint Poker offers an experience that closely resembles the way most people play Poker in day to day life: with friends. A truly social experience that aims to cultivate interpersonal relationships, GamePoint Poker follows a rich tradition of GamePoint games where communicating and getting to know your fellow players takes center stage. The use of Facebook Connect gives players the opportunity to find their friends and will power future seamless multiplayer across multiple devices.
GamePoint Poker is the most social Poker game available allowing players to engage in conversation, build connections and form friendships in a frictionless, natural fashion. The game invites players to interact over an exciting and visually-stunning game of cards where playing is more important than winning. Native Facebook functionality including gifting, sharing and cross platform login compliments the innate high retention of multiplayer gaming and makes for a game that has proven to be incredibly sticky, keeping players in the Beta glued to the game for an average of close to two hours a day.
The inclusion of Facebook-owned Parse for ingame tracking and CRM purposes preludes deeper integration in a mobile version of GamePoint Poker expected later this year.
GamePoint Poker is available for free on Facebook on http://apps.facebook.com/gppoker, on the GamePoint portal http://www.gamepoint.com/poker and is coming soon to Apple iPad. The GamePoint Poker community can be found via Facebook on the GamePoint Poker fan page https://www.facebook.com/PokerGP
More details on the development and philosophy behind GamePoint Poker will be shared during the ‘Merits of Multiplayer’ talk held by GamePoint Director of Business Development – Rik Haandrikman and Director of Game Development – Bob Christoff at Casual Connect San Francisco on Wednesday July the 23th.
GamePoint is a leading developer of synchronous multiplayer social games, which include top performing web and mobile games such as GamePoint Bingo, Cardparty and Royaldice. GamePoint games are played by millions of people around the world through the GamePoint.com portal, Facebook, Apple iOS, Google Android and many partner websites. GamePoint is headquartered in The Hague, The Netherlands. Learn more about GamePoint at http://www.gamepoint.net
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Meet us at Casual Connect SF 2014
Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 13:59
From July 22 till July 24 of 2014, the entire casual gaming industry will travel to the stunningly beautiful San Francisco Bay area for another edition of Casual Connect. In good tradition GamePoint will attend the event as Platinum Sponsors. We will setting up shop in the main hall with our sponsor booth and invite you to come over for a chat. We will be able to tell you all about GamePoint’s unstoppable international growth and the areas where we are looking for partners to join us for the journey.
At Casual Connect we will be looking for partners that can help us accelerate growth in the mobile space, as well as partners that can drive users to our web applications or even want to include our content on their web properties.
Naturally Casual Connect is also about learning. That’s why we will be hosting multiple sessions at the conference to share stories about our success and our mistakes. Feel free to join the discussion, follow Casual Connect’s website at casualconnect.org to find out exact times and topics closer to the event. Also if you are a speaker at the event, GamePoint will be hosting a speakers dinner where everybody will get the chance to share stories with fellow speakers and of course enjoy some nice food and beverages.
Want to schedule a meeting? Contact us at email@example.com .
See you in San Francisco!
GamePoint’s shares secrets at Casual Connect Amsterdam
Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 16:53
So you’ve been wondering what GamePoint’s secret to success has been over the past 15 years? If you are visiting Amsterdam for Casual Connect this February you are one of the lucky people to be able to find out more about how GamePoint achieved its current business success.
First up is GamePoint’s President Amon Endt. He will offer an insider’s perspective on the relationships that make GamePoint’s multiplayer platform unique in the world. The session is appropriately called: “Relationships, Marriages and Babies: Extreme Customer Lifetime in Casual or Social Games”. Attendees will learn how people build long lasting relationships with each other through GamePoint’s games and how this and other unique GamePoint features effect on customer lifetime. Because when we say ‘extreme customer lifetime’ we mean it!
The session will be held in the Berlagezaal on Wednesday February 12 from 3:00 to 3:30 pm.
When you are finished learning about the relationships that lead to extreme customer lifetime you will be treated to a lesson in multiplayer gaming. And what’s better than hearing one opinion on this? Hearing five experienced multiplayer veterans exchanging their ideas on multiplayer gaming. That’s why GamePoint is organizing a panel sessions named: “The Merits of Multiplayer”.
GamePoint’s Director of Business Development Rik Haandrikman will be joined by Micha van der Meer (Exit Games), Alfonso Villar (Playspace.com), Jan-Mitchel Saaksmeier (Bigpoint) and Phil Mansell (Jagex). Paul Heydon of Avista Partners will act as host and make sure all the secrets of multiplayer gaming are spilled by the members of the panel.
Make sure to attend. Berlagezaal, 4:30 to 5:20 pm on Wednesday February 12.
See you at Casual Connect!