QA Game Tester (Remote)
TwinRayj Studios is an innovative gaming company focusing primarily in mobile games. We focus on bringing games that are both new and entertaining to the world. As a company, we focus less on what you can do for us but instead how you would fit in with the family we have made here.
- Checking our games, forms, and other various things for grammar/spelling errors.
- Checking hard for any graphical issues for everything being released. This includes but is not limited to our games, company site, and company store.
- Breaking our games repeatedly to find errors that would demolish the user experience.
- Testing the same bugs over and over to illustrate the accuracy of the bug and to help determine the root cause.
- Watching multiple ads in a single released product to ensure the product is being geared toward the proper demographic and showing quality ads to users.
- Write up quality reports that illustrate in-depth of what the bug is and how to find it on a daily basis.
- Testing already been released games and coming up with new features/mechanics that can help improve the game.
- Working towards or just graduated with a game design degree or equivalent
- Have strong attention-to-detail.
- Able to maintain a good and positive work ethic.
- Understanding of the difference between a bug and a preference.
- Prior knowledge of game design qualities such as C#, Unity, AGILE, SCRUM, C++, Unreal
With our company you will expand upon the education you have received with your school to better prepare you for the industry ahead. Here is some of the things you will learn while with our company.
- A deeper understanding of how the game industry works. Particularly with indie studios.
- Practical experience with discovering bugs and how to relate them in text format.
- How to provide in-depth descriptions of anything found in the products for improvements.
- Working in strong team/family like environment while maintaining professionalism and a strong work ethic.
- Testing multiple products at a time as well as how to optimize revenue.
Students should consult with academic faculty to determine if this unpaid experience will earn credit.