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Andrew Williams

This site was born from the ramblings and delusions of grandeur of one Andrew Williams, so here’s a bit about him. Andrew graduated from The University of Michigan-Dearborn in 2013 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer and Information Science. Andrew has been trained in the craft of video game design through various university courses, and careful observation and excessive playing of today’s most celebrated titles. Andrew is currently employed by Tegrit Group’s technologies division as a Software Developer.When he’s not grinding away at code Andrew enjoys playing video games, building virtual worlds, and brewing homebrewed craft beer. You can follow Andrew on Twitter at @EliteSniper177.

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Patrick Williams

Patrick is studying computer science with a specialization in game design at Michigan State University. He has been the lead developer on all of Grim Pixel’s mobile games and had a part in every creative process including art, user interface, gameplay, and programming. Patrick loves everything about (good and bad) video games and loves to get into the mind of the developers who made the games. He constantly strives to improve himself as well as his work. If you would like to know more about the games that Patrick has had a part in, visit his game portfolio page under his picture on the left.

If you would like to contact Patrick you can email him at will2593@msu.edu or goodwill295pw@hotmail.com. Patrick loves getting phone calls from potential internships at 248.762.6653.

You are also welcome to view his LinkedIn profile by clicking here.

Andy McDermott

Andy McDermott

The third and final head of the Cerberus known as Grim Pixel Studios is Andy. Andy is currently enrolled at Oakland University, working towards a degree in Marketing. Andy’s real ambition is to be his own boss, that is why he came up the idea to create this here comp’nay (no that is not a typo).In the spare hours of Andy’s life he can be found drawing horribly putrid creatures, writing intense symphonic operas, and playing video games (I couldn’t think of anything to make that pop out, so…. that’s what you get).

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  1. Hey Andy, Lost contact with you. Hit me back and let me know what you are up to next. Reached out to you today and they said you are no longer there. Keep in touch.

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