Glass Bottom Games
Based in Denver, CO
October 1, 2011
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DescriptionGlass Bottom Games LLC is a Denver-based independent developer of video games for PC, Mac, and mobile devices. It was founded by industry veterans in 2011, with Lisa Foster on production, Megan Fox on tech, and Dennis Dryden on art. Our focus? We create exciting, new player-centric worlds where interactivity, exploration, and choice matter.
Megan has been coding since she was 11, and holds a Bachelor’s of Mathematics. Her first job in the games industry was with Idyllon, a startup founded by Stuart Compton (Lead Artist on Everquest 2) and Brian Quinette, and after that she moved on to NetDevil. She worked with the fine folks there to ship LEGO Universe, and eventually ended up at LEGO Play Well Studios. Around that point, she and a few friends thought: “Hey, we’ve been around. Maybe we could do this on our own too.” She plays Capoeira, amongst other things, and Ultima 7′s one of her favorite games of all time.Lisa Foster
Lisa Foster started her career in Hollywood, where she worked her way up from camera operator to stage manager and then technical director on the award winning political panel show, Week in Review (KCLA). From there she moved on to the digital restoration team responsible for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and then was a technical artist on films including Coneheads (1993), Cliffhanger (1993), and the Academy Award-nominated (for visual effects) film Super Mario Bros. (1993). As staff animator at Sony Pictures Imageworks, Lisa lent her skills to films such as Diehard: With A Vengeance (1995), Wolf (1994), The Cable Guy (1996), Virtuosity (1995), Hideaway (1995), and James and the Giant Peach (1996). Then she moved into video games, acting as CG Supervisor for Squaresoft’s mega-hit Parasite Eve (1998), and then as CG Supervisor and Technical Director on Evil Dead: Hail to the King (2000). From there she took the Senior Producer position at Phantagram Entertainment, where she worked on the game The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), and on Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders (2004). Eventually, she moved to a Producer position at NetDevil on LEGO Universe (2010) – where she met the rest of who would become Glass Bottom Games.
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