About Q-Games

Located in the heart of beautiful Kyoto, Japan, for over 20 years Q-Games has been creating unique experiences for millions of fans around the world.

The core team is over 50 multicultural people from all different disciplines, skills, and backgrounds. The studio operates in both Japanese and English, but there are all sorts of spoken languages heard in the office!

We are always on the lookout for top talent and passionate visionaries to come join our team! If you think you would be a good candidate for one of the postings below, or want to inquire about openings, please contact us by e-mail.

Message from our Staff

CTO
Gari Biasillo

Being part of the creative environment at Q-Games keeps me enthusiastic and excited on a daily basis. I find the challenges of game development fun and rewarding, and seeing the evolution of a game from start to finish to be an exciting experience.

Art Manager
Yutaka Kurahashi

I’ve been involved in lots of projects at Q-Games, and they were all fulfilling. However, that doesn’t mean I’m complacent, and I’ve learned that it’s important to always aim to create great games.

CCO
Ryuji Nishikawa

I feel like the best part of development is that everyone, all the way up to the president, is determined to make something great, and that my work toward that is recognized. Q-Games is the kind of company where this happens.

Senior Researcher
Jerome Liard

It’s been 16 years since I started at Q-Games, and the time has flown by. You only live once, so why not spend your life somewhere interesting? To me, Q-Games is that place. I love being in an environment where high skills are valued and needed, and because of our small size and development time frame, I never get bored. I look forward to my future with Q-Games.

Creative Director
Baiyon

For me the act of creating anything can be summed up as: “making changes while things appear to stay the same”. For example, take an old, traditional shop or restaurant where they have a secret sauce and the recipe is carefully handed down generation to generation. Each generation – through their day to day efforts and diligence – are in effect researching and updating the recipe, even if I cannot discern any difference when I go to eat there.

Creative Director
Kazushi Maeta

At Q-Games, I have a lot of opportunities to work with lots of amazing people. I get lots of stimulation from both inside and outside the company, and the great thing about Q-Games is that I can use that to make games. My goal is to keep using my experience and knowledge to make games that are fun to play.

Benefits

  • Salary

    Salary will reflect the experience and knowledge your bring to the company – regardless of academic qualifications.

  • Vacation

    10 days paid vacation plus a refresh period of several weeks following the completion of a project. Vacation time increases each year.

  • Relocation Package

    Relocation assistance will be provided to every new employee moving to Kyoto along with one month of accommodation.

  • Working Hours

    Core hours are 9:30-12:00 and 14:00-17:15.
    Decide yourself how to structure your day around these times.

  • Health Insurance

    Full health and social benefit insurance for all employees.
    Optional annual health check-up.

  • Part Time Work

    Part Time positions are also available.
    Please contact us for more information.

Images from the Office