Based in Chicago, IL
July 13, 1982
Press / Business contact:
3717 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago, IL 60613
+1 (708) 369-3490
I'm an indie game developer in the Chicago area focusing on mobile games.
I've been working on various game projects since 2006, both practical and massively impractical. In 2011, I discovered Chicago's Indie City Games group and the real fun began. Through ICG, I met fellow indie, Benedict Fritz, and we went on to release "A Night Forever" on NewGrounds, and "Dudeski" for iOS and Android. What a difference community can make. Recently, I've launched a mobile tilt controled game, Abzorb, on iOS (soon to be on Android, as well).
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Awards & Recognition
- "Dudeski: New Yorker's iPhone Game of the Month" - March 2014
- "Dudeski: Nominated for Best Sports / Racing Game (2014)" - PocketGamer, March 2015
- "Winner: My Mom Thinks I'm Special" - July 1982 in Davenport, IA
- "...it’s definitely fun and easily worth a measly three bucks."
- Nathan Reinauer, TouchArcade
- "I recommend giving Abzorb a try if you’re in the mood for a simple pick-up-and-play arcade game that tests your speed and reflexes."
- Christine Chan, AppAdvice
- "Abzorb is a fine tuned tilt based gaming experience that is well worth picking up."
- Trevor Sheridan, Apple N' Apps
- "If 'The Big Lebowski' had an alpine sequel, and that sequel were turned into a video game, it would be Dudeski."
- Joshua Rothman, The New Yorker
- "Filled with humorous touches and arcade fun, Dudeski is entertaining from top to bottom."
- Alex Beech, AppSpy
- "...a unique experience among a bevy of me-too auto-runners."
- Carter Dotson, 148Apps
Assistant Designer, Artist, Graphic Designer http://www.dudeskigame.com.
My website. This is the hub for all my projects. http://www.geraldp.net.