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Games Animators are responsible for the portrayal of movement and behaviour within a game
Assistant Producers work with a game’s production staff to ensure the timely delivery of the product
Games Audio Engineers create the soundtrack for a game, including music, sound effects, character voices and spoken instructions
Creative Directors are responsible for the overall look and feel of a computer game
Responsible for creating an online infrastructure for a game, and ensuring the stability and security of the web services.
External Producers ensure the successful delivery of a game, while working externally from the game development team
Game Designers devise what a game consists of and how it plays, defining all the core elements
Game Programmers design and write the computer code that runs and controls a game
Games Artists create the visual elements of a game, such as characters, scenery, objects, vehicles, surface textures and clothing
Level Editors define and create interactive architecture for a segment of a game, including the landscape, buildings and objects
Writing dialogue and incidental copy for a game, a Narrative Copywriter fuses a knowledge of games and game design with writing talent to create a beautifully crafted interactive narrative.
Product or Brand Managers help create and implement marketing campaigns to maximise the sales of games
QA Testers test, tune and debug a game and suggest refinements that ensure its quality and playability, assuring quality in a game and finding all its flaws before it goes public
Technical Artists act as a bridge between the Artists and Programmers working on a game
Concept Artists produce the illustrations that help Production Designers realise their vision