Welcome to 22cans

Jobs @ 22cans

If you would like to apply for a role listed below, please email info@22cans.com

22cans is a small independent games development studio headed up by Peter Molyneux, based in Guildford in the U.K. Currently we’re a collection of about 22 people (spooky) from a variety of backgrounds and with all and levels of experience from veteran to rookie. We are committed to creating unique, innovative entertainment and want to bring new talent into the team to help us.



Games Tester

22cans is an independent games development studio based in Guildford, Surrey who are looking for a Games Tester to join their team.

If you love computer games and enjoy working through things in a methodical way, then this could be the job for you. Testing is a vital part of producing a game and it would be your job to play our game many times to spot any bugs and mistakes that need to be fixed before the game is launched.

This would be a great opportunity for the ideal candidate to start a career within the games industry!


  • You will be partly responsible to find and record programming faults (bugs) within the game.
  • Report on the games playability and recommend improvements.
  • Play the game in detail and in as many ways as possible, test different levels and versions of the game.
  • Check its performance against what the designer intended.
  • Try and work out what is causing a problem.
  • Try to recreate the problem, recording the steps you took, check accessibility options.
  • Check for spelling mistakes.
  • You will also work closely with programmers, artists and designers before a game is released, and with customer support teams after it is on the market.


  • No formal qualifications are required although a high standard of education and common sense is essential.
  • Basic knowledge of programming would be an advantage.
  • Database experience would be useful although not essential as training will be given.
  • A passion for playing computer games and an ability to play at high levels.
  • Good written and spoken communication skills.
  • Good office computer skills.
  • An understanding of quality assurance processes.
  • The ability to work well as part of a team.
  • The ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Patience and persistence, for repetitive work.
  • A methodical and disciplined approach.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • A good knowledge of the games market.


Junior Business Analyst

22cans is an independent games development studio based in Guildford, Surrey who are looking for a Junior Business Analyst.

This newly created role is a fantastic opportunity for a recent graduate, junior research analyst or just someone that has an amazing fascination and flair for numbers and business models to join a highly creative team of developers.

The day-to-day responsibilities will include analysing live game data and comparing it to models, targets and previous industry standards. Presenting and demonstrating KPIs to stakeholders. You will have the opportunity to shape and model ground breaking mobile monetisation.


  • Analysing live game data, KPIs and trends
  • Generating concise reports
  • Generate meaningful queries and actionable insights
  • Build market and product knowledge
  • Investigate new analytical systems and drive change and adoption


  • Absolute passion for numbers, data and business models
  • Understanding of common analytical tools
  • Expert ability in Numbers, Keynote, Pages (Excel, Powerpoint, Word)
  • Ability to confidently present to a varied group
  • Good statistical knowledge
  • High energy, drive and flexibility with an ambition to succeed
  • Pro active self starter

Whilst previous games industry experience isn’t completely necessary, the ideal candidate will have a good knowledge of the games market and its leading products as well as an incredibly good mathematical knowledge of business.


If you have talent, are a nice person to work with and are interested in contributing to unique projects, then please submit your details and a link to your portfolio. It might take a little time, but you will be considered for any suitable roles that arise in the future.