Game Developer Internship

Do you have a knack for building games? Do you code with a passion for crafting immersive gaming experiences? If so, please apply for the Game Developer Internship!
Deadline: 11:59 pm of 26th November 2023

Your mission?

Over a period of 3 months, you will create a captivating turn-based game (eg: kitti, spades, ludo, tic-tac-toe and more). You will be using the in-house engine and UI Framework, which makes supporting over-the-internet multiplayer and hotspot gameplay a piece of cake. Do not worry; the required training about these technologies will be provided. Read more about it.

Required Skill Set:

  • Good programming and problem-solving skills
  • Basic Knowledge of Javascript and/or Typescript
  • Basic Knowledge of React and/or React-Native

We value problem solvers who can adapt and learn even more than those with know-how of language or frameworks. Hence, consider your problem-solving skills, determination, and ability to learn as your greatest allies for this internship.

Internship Perks:

  • Work with a dynamic team of skilled developers who will guide you to become a game development legend.
  • Before we forget, yes, you will also get a monthly stipend of Rs. 20,000.

Ensure that you can attend the office at least three days a week to enhance your learning experience.


Along with your CV and cover letter, we have 3 questions to test your understanding. Send answers here.

Question 1

Write a program (in any language of your choice) for the following problem:

tree = [1,2, 3, [4, 5, 6], [12, 8], [13, [14, 15, ] ]]; 

Give a tree of numbers, flatten it into a list.
i.e. convert the above data structure into following:

list = [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12 , 8, 13, 14 ,15]; 

Question 2

Modify the above program to keep even numbers only while flattening.
Make it so that the condition for filtering
(e.g. even number, odd number, multiples of 3, …) is changeable.

Question 3

Create a UI in React that does the following task:
(submit your code as URL)

You are creating a Reddit like website that provides a flexible comment/reply system like below where reply can be nested arbitrarily.

This is reply 1.
    This is reply to reply 1. 
    This is another reply to reply 1.
        This is reply to second reply of reply 1.
This is reply 2. 

You don’t need any other features of Reddit or the same colour scheme—just the comment section, which allows replying.
There is no need to implement persistence or server-side stuff—just the UI.

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Deadline: 11:59 pm of 26th November 2023
Apply Now We can’t wait to meet you!