Career at Purple Lamp

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Purple Lamp

We are an international 60+ strong team of close-knit and open-minded game-dev professionals. Always aiming to improve at what we do – we place great value on learning and working smart. We joined the THQ Nordic family in recognition of our skill at bringing out the best in beloved IPs – this is our core mission and passion!

Our team members come from different parts of the world: Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain, Great Britain, Sweden, USA, just to name a few. The studio language is English and we really enjoy working in a very mature yet passionate environment.

We Offer

  • A rich variety of challenging and interesting projects
  • A creative, friendly, and positive work environment
  • Working in the center of Vienna, widely considered to be one of  the “World’s Most Liveable Cities“
  • Competitive salary (14 times a year)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Home office days possible
  • 25 days of paid holidays per year, plus an average of 12 bank holidays a year
  • Excellent relocation support, to make you feel at home

Before you apply

A work relationship is a partnership where both parties should match. Find out if working at Purple Lamp is a good fit for you and if you fulfill our formal requirements before applying.


We are looking for people who are self-motivated and constantly improve themselves. We have a strong emphasis on education and learning within the company. Be open to discovering and unlocking new skills.

Communication is key

Our team is international and divers.You have to be able to communicate with people from all parts of the world. Your English skills must be good enough to be able to express your ideas and thoughts and you need to be able to understand and adjust to cultural differences.

Think out of the box

Producing a game is a team effort and involves different departments with different perspectives. Each team member needs to contribute with that mindset, for example programmers need to be able to understand the way of thinking of designers, designers need to take into consideration artists’ thoughts and everyone needs to be aware that a QA’s brain works differently.

Partial Home office

Our teamwork is better and our projects shine even brighter if people personally know each other and talk to each other face to face. We want people to meet and socialize in the office. Nevertheless we offer home office, but we are not supporting pure remote work.

Formal requirements

To work in Austria, either having European citizenship or a work and residence permit is required. If you have either of those, then there is no legal hindrance to join us.