I started making my first video game my senior year of high school under the name Quriocity Games in 2012. After I graduated, I didn’t do much with game design until April of 2015 when I decided I really wanted to get back into it and started this site to show off my work.
I served as the President of the West Virginia University Game Developers Club from May 2015 to April 2017 and was one of the original founding members. I mainly develop games for a hobby, but would like to possibly do it for a living in the future. I prefer to work with the Unity engine and make games that I find enjoyable.
The purpose of this site is to showcase different games and projects I have done in the past and ones that I am currently developing. For the most updated info on my current game projects, you can follow me on Twitter (@HallowGames) or check the blog on this site for updates.
References in the News:
(Morgantown Global Game Jam Coverage)
(ISEF 2015 Club Reference)