About Wadjet Eye Games
Founded in 2006, Wadjet Eye Games has developed a reputation for producing award-winning and critically acclaimed adventure games for the PC. The company’s award-winning portfolio includes The Shivah and the Blackwell series, both of which have garnered Game Developers Choice nominations, Puzzle Bots, which was selected for the Penny Arcade Expo’s PAX 10 showcase, and IGF Student Showcase winner Gemini Rue.
Wadjet Eye Games is located in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Wadjet Eye Games Personnel
Dave has been interested in adventure games ever since 1986, when his mother made the mistake of buying him a copy of Infocom’s Wishbringer. Fifteen years later, he discovered the Adventure Game Studio engine and began making his own. In 2006, he decided that making games was too much fun to do anything else for a living, and formed Wadjet Eye Games to do just that.
Janet was born and raised in the UK, and like all British nerds she was introduced to videogames and coding through the good old Speccy. Janet has been coding games on a plethera of mobile devices for many years. Now married to Dave and working at Wadjet Eye, she is primarily focused on porting our whole back catalog to iOS and Android.
Ben Chandler is a twenty-something Australian who loves computer games of all sorts. He can often be found staring at his computer screen, talking pixels into doing what he wants them to.
Francisco Gonzalez has been designing games with Adventure Game Studio since 2001. Mostly known for his freeware "Ben Jordan" series, he made the leap to full-time commercial work in 2013. He enjoys adventure games, puns, and peanut butter sandwiches.