Summer DeLezen is a Montreal-based Community Artist who joined dot big bang this July. Her work has made an immediate impact on how things look around here, with charming new voxel objects appearing in all kinds of games, from our in-progress farming sim, to Summer’s very own Puzzle Maze.
We caught up with her to find out more, and get some voxel art pro-tips.
Bill Costello is an LA-based Community Engineer who started working on dot big bang in late 2020. His work includes making new games—such as the recently published Capture The Doodle—and helping out dbb players and creators on Discord, where he’s better known as JordiLaForge. We caught up with him to find out more.
Anders Elfgren is an Sweden-based developer who joined the dot big bang Community Engineering team in March of 2022. We caught up with him to find out about what he’s working on and get some advice for aspiring game developers.
Chris Miles is better known to the dot big bang Discord community as DMM or DigitalMonkeyMaster. He became an Associate Community Manager last year, and has been brightening up the dbb Discord ever since. We caught up with him to find out what the job entails, and what makes for a safe, happy and thriving online community.
You might recognise dbb Community Engineer Ashley Koett from her weekly streams over on the dot big bang Twitch channel. We caught up with her to find out about her processes, interests, and inspirations.
We caught up with dot big bang Community Engineer Charlie Dean to find out how the Hub World fishing mechanic came together, what choices were made, what challenges it presented – and what makes designing games fun.
Charles Palmer is the Lead Community Engineer at dot big bang. Based in Reykjavík, Iceland, he joined dot big bang in 2018. We caught up with him to find out about what he’s been doing, making, learning, and playing lately.