C++ Physics Software Engineer


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Experienced C++ Physics Software Engineer

Here is your chance to join a leading game studio, highly-regarded by the staff who have worked there.
You would be working on the hottest upcoming AAA titles in Nottingham, UK and would become part of a mid-sized software engineering team.

With your experience in designing & implementing physics features for interactive objects, characters and scenery, you would be working in a positive environment alongside programmers who love what they do.

Experience and Skills:

  • Strong C++ programming skills.
  • Experience with developing physics features for games.
  • Refined mathematical skills.
  • A history working on a large-scale, multiplayer games and dealing with synchronisation issues.
  • The ability to effectively communicate technical concepts and to accept constructive critique.
  • Refined debugging, optimisation and problem-solving skills.
  • The ability to work closely with designers.


  • Enjoys gaming.
  • Prior experience with an MMO.
  • Excellent time-keeping and technical abilities.

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Reference: ANFE-704030

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Consultant Tom Matthews

Tom is our specialist Unity & C++ Consultant. He is a massive football fan and has followed 4 generations in supporting Fulham FC. Originally from Hastings, Tom grew up in Tunbridge wells, but has finally decided to settle in Brighton after briefly spending time in London & New Zealand. Tom admits he has some odd quirks. When listening to music, he insists on having it set on an even number. He also cannot walk under ladders or walk over 3 drains in a row.