Factsheet

Developer:
Clint Siu
Based in Reno, NV USA

Founding date:
March 21, 2014

Website:
clintsiu.com

Press / Business contact:
clint@clintsiu.com

Social:
twitter.com/ClintSiu

Releases:
Prism

Phone:

Description

Clint Siu is a one-man indie developer/vfx artist with a focus on breathtakingly visual, highly impactful games.

History

Early History

Clint Siu is an indie game developer and visual effects artist. During college, he joined two programmers to make a game called Squirrel Squabble. It was nominated as a Student Showcase Winner for the IGF. Later he moved to Hollywood to create visual effects for film and tv like: The Green Hornet, The Grammy Awards, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, World War Z, and many others, while making games in his time off.

Stugan Accelerator

In the summer of 2015, Clint was selected for Stugan - an indie game accelerator created by Tommy Palm (formerly of Candy Crush’s King) and Oskar Burman (Angry Birds’ Rovio). He spent two months in a Swedish cabin in the woods alongside 23 other developers learning from industry mentors while working on _PRISM. He is currently finishing up _PRISM for release on the App Store.

Projects


Videos

Stugan Game Spotlight: _PRISM YouTube

Stugan 2015 Trailer YouTube

Stugan Final Presentation YouTube

_PRISM, Stugan Pitch Vimeo


Images

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Awards & Recognition

  • "Stugan Accelerator 2015 Selection" - Sweden, 22 June, 2015
  • "IGF Student Showcase Winner - Squirrel Squabble" - San Francisco, 20 October, 2005

Selected Articles


Team & Repeating Collaborator

Clint Siu
Artist, Developer

Robert Worrell
Programmer, Designer (Squirrel Squabble)

David Leistiko
Programmer, Designer (Squirrel Squabble)


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