Joshua McLean: Founder, Community Manager, Developer, Judge

Game developer, composer, writer, and mathematics / computer science tutor Joshua McLean built 8 Bits to Infinity on the principles outlined in our mission statement. He has run jams every month since November 2018, streaming every game from each event, and will submit to every future jam starting in 2020. He has an extensive collection of royalty-free music for use in games and is working as a composer for some small projects.

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CptBlackPixel: Developer, Moderator, Judge

Erick, a.k.a. CptBlackPixel, game dev, pixel artist and amateur game designer, works on an open source game engine called Flame and some mobile games. Has two released titles: Bob Box and Break Guns Using Gems and is working at the moment on Tales of a Lost Mine.

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lilou_cormic: Moderator, Judge

Ludivine, a.k.a. lilou_cormic, is a game dev who has worked professionally in C# Windows desktop apps for over 12 years. She makes games using Unity, and has participated in multiple game jams. She has released one title: Ze Field. She is currently working on a larger project of the same type.

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TwinGhosts: Moderator, Judge

Joeri, aka TwinGhosts, is a programmer, pixel artist and musician who jams often, regularly creating overscoped projects. His best jam achievement is 37th overall during Ludum Dare 40. He’s working on a 2D platformer called “Shield Knight” and has tons of smaller projects on his site and itch.io. Always ready to help in the #dev-help channel on Discord!

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Xaaf: Moderator

Xavi (a.k.a. Xaaf) is a developer and math enthusiast who makes games in Unity. He’s currently working on a Voxel game with RPG elements. He tries his best to make art for his games, even when it doesn’t turn out great, and also develops Minecraft plugins for his server.

Ben James: Judge

Ben James (a.k.a. benjames171) is a long-time software developer with over 50 completed games ranging from 1-day game jam oddities to years-long AAA titles. His preference is chunky 2D pixel art projects with a strong retro feel inspired by computer and arcade games of the 1980s.

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