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Bill Tiller

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Bill Tiller is an American computer game designer, writer, and artist. At LucasArts, he was the lead artist and art director of The Dig, the lead background artist on The Curse of Monkey Island, and the lead artist on Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine. He created the games A Vampyre Story and Ghost Pirates of Vooju Island for Autumn Moon Entertainment, a studio he co-founded with Mike Kirchoff in 2002. He founded Venture Moon Industries in 2013. Duke Grabowski, Mighty Swashbuckler is Venture Moon’s first title.

Complete Title List:

LucasArts:

  • 1993 Star Wars: Rebel Assault, artist
  • 1994 Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, artist
  • 1994 Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures, artist
  • 1995 Full Throttle, artist
  • 1995 The Dig, lead artist, art director
  • 1997 Outlaws, artist
  • 1997 The Curse of Monkey Island, lead background artist 1999 Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine, lead artist

Stormfront Studios: 

  • 2002 EA's The Two Towers, Art Director

Autumn Moon Entertainment:

  • 2008 A Vampyre Story, project leader, artist, writer 
  • 2009 Ghost Pirates of Vooju Island, project leader, artist, writer

MunkyFun:

  • 2011 Bounty Bots, Art Director

Owlchemy Labs:

  • 2011 Snuggle Truck, artist
  • 2013 Jack Lumber, artist

IF Games:

  • 2014 Perils of Man, game designer

Activision:

  • 2015 Skylanders Imaginators, Senior Concept Artist

Venture Moon Industries:

  • 2016 Duke Grabowski: Mighty Swashbuckler, project leader, artist, writer

Reed Knight

Reed started in the game industry by testing games at LucasArtsincluding Full Throttle and The Dig.  Eventually, he was kicked upstairs to be a level designer for Jedi Knight, Galactic Battlegrounds, Republic Commando, and several other games.  Since then, Reed has done a little of everything, working on mobile and Facebook games, questionable movie tie-ins, ‘serious’ games, an MMO for tweens, educational games for preschoolers, and even interactive exhibits at the Smithsonian.  Working on Duke Grabowski has been something of a homecoming; a chance to work with the talented old gang in the LucasArts style.