Dustin Tyler (Founder)
Initially focused on web development, Dustin was introduced to game design by a friend after college and was immediately attracted to the combination of technical skill and creativity required to make an awesome game.
While not a professional game developer himself, he’s utilized his web dev skills and desire to help others by creating a resource where expert game designers can share what they’ve learned with the next generation of aspiring game makers. See articles by Dustin
Ghia Malicay (Content Manager)
As a little girl in the 90’s, she was the first among her siblings to rescue Princess Peach in Super Mario Bros, an accomplishment she’s proud of to this day.
When she got her dream job in International Development, she turned to mobile games to de-stress. She was ridiculously addicted to PVZ. She transitioned to full-time freelancing in 2015 and never looked back.
Bryan W. (Gaming Expert & Content Editor)
A graduate of Penn State University and a Philadelphia native, Bryan has been a gamer since day one.
Using his vast experience of gaming, game culture, and all things tech, Bryan aims to deliver the most up-to-date and captivating game design content to readers. See articles by Bryan
Aaron Craig (Video Game Developer – GameMaker Studio 2)
Aaron’s had a passion for technology and gaming as far back as he can remember.
He grew up gaming with his family and has turned that into a career of teaching others to develop the games of their dreams.
Aaron graduated from college with a Computer Science degree in 2018 and then turned his focus to online teaching. You can find him learning new technologies, languages, and platforms to then teach his students. He loves game design, web development, videography, and his family.
His motto is Keep Making, Keep Learning, as Aaron believes that everyone can learn with the right teacher. So don’t give up if you struggle, you can do this!
Aaron’s journey almost ended before it began because he struggled and didn’t believe in himself, and now he promotes the message of empowerment to all. You can learn, and you can do this!
Rob M. (Video Game Developer – Unity)
Hey there! I’m Rob Mitchell, a Technical Game Designer from Burlington, VT.
I’ve been developing games for most of my life and ended up going to Champlain College to turn my passion into a viable career path.
I’ve since graduated with a major in Game Design and a minor in Game Programming. With all of the courses I took and all of the knowledge I’ve gained in the past 5 years of focused game development, there’s a ton of information floating around in my head that I want to share with others.
My plan is to give away my degrees to you all online, without the insane costs and commitment of going to college!
Jesse Jones-Read. (Gaming Writer)
Raised in a family where even his grandmother owns a Playstation, Jesse has had a lifelong passion for video games. From the early days of Crash Bandicoot to the grim fantasy worlds of Dark Souls, he has always had an interest in what made his favorite games work so well.
A graduate from the Toronto Film School, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Scriptwriting For Film
and Television, Jesse has always dreamt of being a writer and storyteller. Now working as a freelancer, he’s able to write on topics related to his favorite hobby: gaming.
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The idea was simple. Combine the expertise of passionate and experienced video game designers, developers, and artists to help aspiring digital designers get started.
In 2012 Lake House Media, LLC was established and has since become one of the largest public game design resources.
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