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Digital Eel is a self-funded independent video game development team located in the Seattle, Washington area. The group was formed in 2001 by Rich Carlson, Iikka Keränen and Bill "Phosphorus" Sears.[1]

Developers[]

  • Rich Carlson - design, sound, music and art
  • Iikka Keränen - design, code and art
  • Bill "Phosphorus" Sears - design and primary artist
  • Ed Zavada - Mac ports

Fearless Testers[]

Digital Eel game testers are referred to as the Fearless Testers in the game credits.[2]

James Cook, Greg Costikyan, Chris Cummings, Bob Dalgliesh, James Ernest, Thomas & Zoe Flint, Bruce Ladewig, Chris Laskowski, Kevin Matheny, Duncan McPherson, Deanna Molinaro, Joe Pallai, Jim Price, Richard Rouse III, Amy Schrader, Colton Sears, Corbin Sears, Chris Siegel, John Slade, James Sterrett, Brian Uhrig, Thom Wetzel, Ed Zavada

Games[]

  • Space Ludo (boardgame, 2009)
  • Brainpipe (Windows & Mac, 2008)
  • Goblin Slayer (boardgame, 2008)
  • Soup du Jour (Windows, 2007)
  • Eat Electric Death! (boardgame, 2007)
  • Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space (Windows & Mac, 2005 & 2006)
  • Diceland Space: Terrans vs. Urluquai (setting, ship types & art, tabletop game, 2005)
  • Diceland Space: Garthans vs. Muktians (setting, ship types & art, tabletop game, 2005)
  • Mac OS X Boiler Plate Special (Mac, 2004)
  • Digital Eel's Big Box of Blox (Windows, Mac, handhelds, smartphones, 2003-2008)
  • Dr. Blob's Organism (Windows & Mac, 2003)
  • Strange Adventures In Infinite Space (Windows, Mac & handhelds, 2002)
  • Plasmaworm (Windows, 2001)

Accolades[]

  • Excellence in Audio: Brainpipe (IGF award, 2009)[3]
  • Innovation in Audio: Weird Worlds: Return To Infinite Space (IGF award, 2006)[4]
  • Innovaton in Visual Art: Dr. Blob's Organism (IGF award, 2004)[5]
  • Innovation in Audio: Dr. Blob's Organism (IGF award, 2004)[6]

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