Robert Nall is an independent video game designer living in sunny Los Angeles, California.

He graduated with a BA in Computer and Video Imaging from Cogswell Polytechnical College in Sunnyvale, California, where he concentrated on game design and development.

Robert started the video games division of 11:11 MediaWorks, an award-winning boutique film effects shop. There he led the design and development of R/C Muscle, an online multiplayer racing game built on the Torque Game Engine. In 2005 Robert formed Red Rover Games, a casual games company that builds its games on the Unity 3D engine, and acted as Creative Director on all of its titles.

As a developer, Robert loves to solve problems. His broad range of skills, talents, and knowledge often give him unique perspectives that can help a team come up with “outside the box” solutions. Many of the skills he’s picked up over time have come from identifying where a team is weak and tasking himself with learning what is needed to get the job done. This has led him to learn scripting when his Unity 3D team was primarily artists and to pick up the trumpet when his marching band needed more brass.

In addition to being an avid gamer and game developer, Robert also danced ballroom competitively, has a wall of tae kwon do plaques, coaches a championship winning youth flag-football team, holds one of the office juggling records, plays several musical instruments, and is restoring a 1965 Ford Mustang GT with his dad.

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