The Critique Gaming team is an eclectic squad of people with very different social and educational backgrounds, from law and economy to art and programming, with very diverse skillsets. We’ve gathered with the mission of making pointful games that explore important contemporary questions.
Andrei “Dexter” Olaru is the captain of Critique Gaming. An economist and career debater with international results, he’s the entrepreneurial spirit of the team, handling project and team management, wrangling needed resources.
Marius Petcu studies in the Bucharest Polytechnic. With artistic spirit and a background in debating, he’s the team’s programmer. He makes sure the abstract thoughts and ideas of the team take tangible form, supple and interactive on the player’s screen.
Yanna Zosmer is a graduate of the National University of Arts, a professional illustrator, a great cat lover and a hair-color metamorph. She gives identity and visual form to all of the team’s creative content.
David Moscovici has a master’s degree in law, is grumpy, is a trainer and career debater and is the team’s game designer. He writes the narrative content, insures the balance and dynamics of game mechanics and handles the creative direction of the games.
Dragos “Dexi” Antoniu is an economist but his soul is in music. Passionate about contemporary popular art, he creates the sounds and soundtracks for Critique Gaming.
Amateur musician and video game enthusiast, Cătălin Nedeluș does not like waking up early. However, he is like fish in the water when it comes to game development.
Completing our art team, Mădălina Șoimu is a Computer Science student. She has a knack for smart video games and for drawing art for them.
The vertical slice trailer for Interrogation — YouTube
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Awards & Recognition
- "Very Big Indie Pitch nominee." Pocket Gamer Connect London, January, 2017
- "Special Talent Award Contest nominee." Ludicious Zurich, January, 2017
- "Indie Pitch runner-up." Dev.Play, 20 September, 2016
- "Selected for the Amber Jam." East European Comic-Con, 29 May, 2016