Jennifer S. Abbott is a CG artist, animator, and game dev who specializes in 3D modeling, game art, and animation. I love teaching and communing with nature. I have had both formal university studies in art and design as well as informal self-paced studies through various self-learning programs.View Posts →
NoHua is a freelance pixel artist, writer and the co-game developer of an indie game called Freyr. They've been doing art & writing for over five years and hope to continue to hone their craft within the gaming industry. NoHua is short for No Humanz Allowed. A moniker that just happens to stick.View Posts →
About the Author: Russell Davis is the Lead Programmer and Co-Owner of Reject Force Entertainment, and also portrays the eccentric rich tycoon Ramblington Babblington in Run on the Bank. A 2D side scrolling shooter design in homage of old arcade and 8-bit console games for Android that's currently in development. We strive for only the quality lunacy. If you want to support Run on the Bank, visit us at our Patreon, and thank you for reading! Become a Patron!View Posts →
NeedtoKnow Gaming is a two-woman team--Dawn and Niko--dedicated to showing and telling you what you "need to know" about indie games and the fine folks who develop them. We'll give any title, big or small, a shot and give you gameplay, honest opinions on what works and what doesn't, and amusing commentary. Subscribe to stay in the know!View Posts →
A PhD student in Physics by day and hobbyist game programmer by night. My insane love for fighting games made me try to build my own one – Schwarzerblitz – and spending my time improving it. I'm the kind of jack-of-all-trades / one-man-team guy who goes full throttle on his passions and never gives up.View Posts →
Music composer for Games, Film & Media. I compose in a range of styles:- orchestral/fantasy, piano, jazz, electronic, retro/chiptune & more! If you want custom or royalty free music for your game contact me now. I'd be delighted to help. See ninichimusic.com & follow me @ninichimusicView Posts →
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