Darktwin Stuidos is a small team of game designers, artists, writers, and programmers located in Bozeman Montana.  We take pride in building player decision focused adventures for everyone to enjoy.  At Darktwin we aren't really interested in telling you our stories, instead we'd like for you to discover your story.  

 

 

 
 

WAYLON ROBERTS

DIRECTOR & CAPTAIN 

A direct decedent of the Dread Pirate Roberts, Waylon always knew he was destined for greatness. Fate would have it that Waylon's family would move away from the sea too early for him to captain a boat and so in the wilds of Montana he set out to captain something else.  Starting his first company at the age of 19 Waylon quickly sank his own ship... not one to be discouraged by failure however Waylon set out to pursue his true passion, video games. Waylon has been known to dress up like Kylo Ren when he thinks no one is watching... please send help.

 

 

AUSTIN BOUTIN

CODER & WIZARD

Austin grew up in Helena Montana, where he learned how to be a really cool dude. Studying Computer Science and Math at Montana State University, Austin has a solid background in programming.  During Austin's free-time at school he started dabeling with the Unity engine working towards his dream of becoming a game devleoper.  The Mass Effect trilogy, Overwatch, and a tasty burger are the quickest way to Austin's heart.

 
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BRANSON FAUSTINI

ARTIST & EXPLORER

Branson Faustini's background is shrouded in mystery, but it is assumed he gained his significant graphic design experience while marooned in the Siberian wilderness as an adolescent.  Upon returning state side, Branson spent the following five years developing, balancing and perfecting his board game Orbitross and his untitled novel.  Branson has worked for numerous start-up's designing branding, marketing materials, and refining product's user experience.  His love for Half Life 2 and obscure role-playing games could be considered by many as a problem.