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Senior C++ Game Programmer

Join us in our brand new studio location in Vienna!

About Us

Purple Lamp was founded by industry veterans to pursue their passion in PC and Console gaming.

A love for community driven strategy, management and light RPG games unites a team that has spent many years working together, where everyone knows what they’re doing and loves the games we’re working on.

Our team comes from many different countries: Austria, Germany, Italy, France, Iceland, Spain, Portugal, 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’re looking for a Senior C++ Game Programmer to support our team in our current and upcoming projects.

Your tasks…

Implementation of major features in our current online game projects

Work on code architecture, task estimations and risk management

Contributing to the continuous development of our tools and technology

Your profile…

Excellent C++ skills

Knowledge in software architecture and design patterns

3+ years experience in game programming

Proactive personality and good communication skills

A love for video games

Good English skills (written and oral)


Experience in game engines, e.g. Unreal, Unity, etc.

Experience in server technology, e.g. Linux, load balancing, security etc.

A desire to progress as a person and take on higher responsibilities

European citizen or EU work permit

We offer…

A creative, friendly and positive work environment

A rich variety of challenging and interesting projects

Flexible working hours

Working in the center of Vienna, frequently considered the ``World's Most Livable City``

25 days of paid holidays per year, plus an average of 12 bank holidays a year

Did we get your attention? Give a boost to your career, send your resume IN ENGLISH to jobs@purplelamp.com

Austrian work law binds us to indicate the legal minimum wage for each advertised position.

For the position, it would be minimum of gross EUR 2.898 – per month, 14 salaries per year (IT Kollektivvertrag, ST1 Regel).

The effective salary depends on qualification and experience and may be significantly higher.