This week the Women in Games Interview is the lovely and talented Jessica Pempek, from Toy Studio. I am happy to just let the ebullient Jess introduce herself! Well hello there! I’m Jess! I work as an animator and illustrator from the great city of Chicago. Don’t get me wrong… …

We are living in the age of technology with 3D Televisions, the internet and, smart phones.  Gizmos, gadgets, electronics and social media are around every corner.  It’s kind of funny to imagine life without these things years ago.  One person can survive in the comfort of their home, never having …

Quinn Dunki, code writer, game developer, mobile enthusiast, and not just mobile gaming gives us this interview today. She has worked on Trucks and Skulls for iOS with Appy Entertainment lately. Quinn is the founder of her own company, One Girl One Laptop. Geek Woman: I was told that you …

Jellyvision announced today that following the fairly-successful release of You Don’t Know Jack, which seems to have effectively reinvigorated the series, the series will be making the jump to iDevices. There’s currently no release date for the iPad/iPhone/iTouch version, but 20 episodes are confirmed for the title, as well as …

PopCap Games today announced the launching of a new creative outlet for their developers and designers. It’s a smaller games company which takes its name from the intersection where PopCap HQ stands, 4th & Battery. “4th & Battery is a pressure valve intended to keep our heads from exploding,” explained …

Lesley Yuen was an intern at GlitchSoft during the production of our game, Bar Star. The iOS game which was aimed towards the 18-24 year old female demographic was the project she worked on. Lesley’s insight and contributions to the game were invaluable to the small development team. As an …