Are you a self-driven programmer with a wide range of experience in game development?

And with some serious skills in #C and Unity?

If yes, you could be our Game Programmer

As a Game Programmer at Metacore, you and your team can freely define the best way for programming the game you’re building – as long as your way respects our company culture and finds a market fit. This level of independence calls for a highly proactive approach to handle tasks from hands-on development to planning what’s next on the list.



  • You’ll be involved in all areas of our game development, including graphic programming, game logic, and UI
  • You support and contribute to game design with fresh ideas
  • You write logically clear, high-quality and robust code
  • You’ll wrench out simple solutions to complex problems
  • You’ll work as part of a team, but are comfortable in facing a project head on by yourself from time to time


  • You know a great deal about various game technology areas (gameplay, graphics, tools etc.), and get that there’s always more to learn
  • You got a strong, professional background using Unity through previous projects
  • You now C# like the back of your hand
  • You’re quick to digest existing code, and feel comfortable using it
  • You’ve got some experience working with a live product before
  • Your English is excellent, and you comfortably express yourself in it in meetings and on paper

Join us?

Our journey has just begun, so you will have a great opportunity – and a great responsibility – in shaping how we go about game programming. We’re in this for the long haul, and if you’re ready to play a major role, we hope you join us early on.


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About Metacore

Metacore is formed by small game teams, each deciding which games to build, when to ship them, and when to pivot or kill them. As a company, we’re relatively small too. We’re going at 50 employees, and still growing fast.

Metacore as a company

Working at Metacore

Metacore is the game company where players are the closest thing to a boss. That gives a lot of independence and responsibility to our game teams and individuals. Together, we work as Metacore – not for or at Metacore. These six points should give you a good hunch of what that means in practise.

Daily life at Metacore

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