Two Scoop Games is Alex Bezuska and Eric Lathrop. Based out of Louisville, Kentucky, Two Scoop Games has produced several games for various game jams while honing their craft. Web developers by trade, Two Scoop Games builds games for the web with a mission of advancing the number of cross-platform games native to the web. Two Scoop Games is an active participant in Game Dev Lou, Louisville's local game development group.
Two Scoop Games is accepting contract work. If you or your company has a game related project, we can build it for you. Please contact us for a consultation: info@TwoScoopGames.com.
Ever since Alex's first game system, the Super NES he always dreamed of not just playing games, but creating them. After hearing stories of the industry, and realizing that the average game developer works on a huge team and has no say in the direction of the project he became discouraged and forgot this dream. In 2012 Alex watched the film 'Indie Game: The Movie' and realized that making games is possible after all, as an indie developer! Alex now creates all the art for Two Scoop Games, and is very happy to be living his dream.
Eric is the main programmer for Two Scoop Games. Eric's first programming experiences involved modifying BASIC games on a TRS-80. Always a gamer, Eric has been playing and creating games since he was a child. Passionate about the web, Eric has been developing Splat, a HTML5 game engine with the goal of making it easier to make cross-platform games with web technologies.