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Narrative Designer - F2P Mobile Games - London - Permanent

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OPM Response
Employer OPM Response
Category Design
Salary DOE
Location UK - London

OPM is delighted to be working with this award winning mobile/social gaming studio founded in 2012.  The team is behind a #1 game, two #2 games on Facebook and one of the biggest virtual worlds for kids on the planet. They are a growing team with big aspirations to make not only the highest quality, but most successful games on smart phone and tablet.

They are currently working on a series of innovate titles that aim to define new categories of games on mobile. They’re aiming big and doing things that no one has done before on the platform.

One of these titles is a game that will have story as an integral part of the experience. As the Narrative Designer for this title, you will work with the team to own and implement all narrative aspects of the game. This role would be a great fit for somebody that is passionate about story and dialogue, understands how story is used in mobile free-to-play games, and loves to make their narrative ideas come alive through implementation


Deep understanding of what makes a great interactive story
Games industry experience working as a writer - ideally on mobile
Experience writing dialogue
Experience with story and world building
Passion for mobile games and audience
Understanding of current social media and pop culture
Technical comfort with excel spreadsheets and/or other content design systems
Ability to work in a collaborative environment on a cross-discipline team
English speaking at a native level

Beneficial requirements:

Free to play game experience
Experience writing for story-driven mobile games such as Episode, Choices, Hidden Object or other dialogue driven games
Experience with Unity


Tax-advantaged stock option plan
Private Healthcare insurance
Season travel loan
Whole company performance benefits

The successful candidates will receive a competitive salary dependant on their skills and experience.