Empty Box was founded by four international Computer Science students based in Aalborg, Denmark. We are currently pouring our souls into our first commercial, long term project, Tower of Sins. Sadly, we are still stuck in university, however, we are looking forward to going full time when we graduate and delivering you a meaningful and memorable experience.
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Adam came to Denmark from Slovakia in pursuit of a happy life. He currently studies Web Development and is "the social media guy" ,since he can't usually shut up, as well as Programmer at Empty Box. So as you can see he might not have found happy life yet but if you subscribe to our mailing list and follow our social media it might brighten up his mood. His workload consists of miscellaneous programming tasks, talking to strangers and crying.
Making games has been Andrei’s passion since the beginning of time as we know it. Using his 20+ years of hardcore gaming experience and his godly imagination, he became THE level designer of the team. He can also do a cool trick with his fingers.
Frederik just really cares about games.
Hannibal is currently studying computer science with a special in game development. Since his childhood he's always had a passion for creating and learning how things work. Since then, he created different kinds of games and composed and produced a variety of music for different media.
Radu is one of the first four. He likes gameplay programming, and telling people what to do, hence the producer role. Making games and obsessing over details are his two favourite activities. His biggest regret is giving some people the opportunity to write their own personal descriptions.
Tomi is a Programmer, Narrative Designer and beneficiary of a blessing, consisting of some of the more sorrowful responsibilities of a Lead Game Designer, that no-one else wanted. He helped found Empty Box as an escape from the monotony of college and the terror of the job market. However, his quest for free expression has failed, as his Producer won’t give enough words for this intr...