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Ethan W.


Albuquerque, NM
Hometown: Albuquerque

Member since:

October 1, 2013

What game development project are you currently working on?

I'm currently working on various comic projects and self created games. Previously made my programs entirely in Flash. A few freelance game projects can be seen at my site: More recent programs used are Photoshop to color some web comics and Construct 2 for creating some indie games. I work in a lot of styles. Currently interested in a retro look, I really like the classic hand drawn and animated style.

What aspect of indie games most excites you?

I really like the ability nowadays to quickly learn game creation solutions with YouTube channels. I am constantly finding out new ways to make my projects cooler by this form of quick self education.

What's your favorite indie game evar?

I liked Jet Pack Joyride for a week. Now its really boring to me. The art is good in it though. I really just keep going back to snes , nes , and genesis games to inspire me.

What's your area of development expertise (coder, artist, designer, general developer, tester etc.)?

Primarily drawn art and animation. Then comes the technical stuff. I like the problem solving of making games. Check out my art at


I am a cartoonist with a passion for games. I am always coming up with new character designs and worlds for them to take place in.

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