We need you and your insights! Help us release games that will win the hearts of players around the world. Expect a great atmosphere and unique benefits.Register
We're a computer games publisher based in Krakow.
We create and support PC and console games, working on Polish and international projects to offer players a new level of gameplay. Our portfolio includes, among others Ghostrunner (One More Level), Chernobylite (The Farm 51), Tools Up! (The Knights of Unity), Fort Triumph (CookieByte Entertainment), and Paradise Lost (PolyAmorous).
Here at All In! Games we have our very own UX Research Lab because we are deeply invested in players’ gaming experience and want to deliver the best in-game performance possible. Be a part of that research process and play exclusive game content before it’s released by becoming one of our playtesters!
To start, you’ll have to join our playtesting database for an opportunity to participate in the research we do. You may be contacted for in-house or remote playtests.
Sign up by filling out a short survey about yourself and sharing your contact information.
Our UX researchers will get in touch with you and invite you to a playtest session of an unreleased game.
Share your feedback as an active participant in the game creation process.
Get paid for your work and keep an eye out for our next playtesting opportunity.
During the regular session, you will have the opportunity to look at the game from the inside, play and talk about your experience directly with one of our UX researchers. They will ask you questions about your gaming preferences, quality of experience and other areas of interest. Sessions can last an average of 30 to 60 minutes, or can run over several days or weeks.
If you are at least 18 years old and have access to the internet, you are eligible.
No. We are looking for people of all abilities, genders, experiences, and backgrounds! You don’t need to be an expert, or even a regular gamer—we want feedback from everyone!
Depending on your location and abilities we can conduct both remote and on-site sessions.
No. You might be asked to complete a survey, talk with one of our UX researchers, or complete a task unrelated to the game.
It’s quite important for testers to be able to speak at least English or Polish but we don’t shy away from anyone! Your language skill, no matter the level, might be enough to fill out a questionnaire, if so, we’ll work it out.
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