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Hello! We are Compulsion Games, a Microsoft studio based in Montreal, Canada, where we enjoy trudging through snow in the winter and Montreal's festival scene in the summer.

We started in 2009, and focus on creating new intellectual properties. Our team is a bunch of passionate, excited people, with a range of experience from very senior to junior. The two main things that we have in common are passion for video games, and a desire to create amazing original work. We're looking to expand slowly with the right people.

Our first game, Contrast, launched on PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and PS4 in November 2013, and on Xbox One in May 2014. It was a game about a little girl and her imaginary friend, set in an adult world of film noir, cabaret and gangsters. 

In August 2018, we released We Happy Few on PC, Xbox One and PS4. It's a game set in a retrofuturistic 1960s England, filled with paranoid citizens, where a plucky bunch of moderately terrible people try to escape from a lifetime of cheerful denial.
 

We are currently looking for a 3D Animator to join our animation team on a fixed term contract basis for the DLC of We Happy Few.

We are looking for someone who will be:

  • Animating first person cinematics, including facial animation and lip sync.
  • Creating ambient or conversation specific character animations.
  • In-engine work:
    • Setting up small scripted events in collaboration with LDs.
    • Creating conversations using in-house tool, combining existing animation. 

We are looking for someone with professional experience in animation. 

This is a fixed duration (3 month), full time position, depending on your availability.  Salary will be dependent on your experience.  You would be required to work on site in our Montreal office.

Please send a CV, as well as a reel including previous work experience and notable projects, to jobs@compulsiongames.com.  
 

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