So much goodness happening in gaming right now, that I wanted to draw attention to 10 U.S. Game Designers that are always on my radar. Check ’em out!
10 U.S. Designers You Should Check Out!
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Eduardo Baraf is a game maker from Mountain View, California. He is married with two boys (5/8) and loves playing games with his family and friends at home. He owns Pencil First Games (Lift Off! Get me off this Planet, The Siblings Trouble, GemPacked Cards) and runs the YouTube channel: Edo’s Game Reviews. Professionally his career spans Video Games, Startups, and VR technology.
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I know a few of those personally and heard of a few others. I would highly recommend checking out Kane Klenko’s stuff too as he’s been one of the most prolific (with regards to SIGNED games) designers I know in the last few years.
Need to play his games!!
For the record, Brad Brooks has an earlier designer credit in 2012. He was a co-designer of “Aloha – the Sprit of Hawaii” published by Blue Panther Games, LLC
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