Developer of beautiful games.
We are Smarto Club, a novice but determined team of three young developers from Santiago, Chile. We recently released our first game: Teacup, a cozy and wholesome narrative driven adventure about a frog in the forest searching for herbs for her tea party. You can get on Steam or for Switch! You can also read more about it in our press kit.
Our games aim to provide friendly gameplay and beautiful looking art to anyone who wishes to lose themselves in digital world.
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Francesca (she/her) has a bachelor in Arts and Humanities, and is a illustrator and animator. She was a active participant in the game development club of her former university. She is in charge of designing the environments where our games take place and plays a key role in writing the story and dialogue. She likes discovering new music and watching animated movies. Regularly shares her art on Instagram.
Alonso (he/him) is an engineering design and computer science bachelor. He was selected as a recipient for the IGDA Scholars program in 2020. He also held the position of lead staff member of his university’s game development club. Besides being the main programmer for the different projects we do, Alonso serves as the team’s producer, making sure everyone is aligned and the schedule is on track. You can check out his personal portofolio at his website.
Dani (she/her) is a bachelor in Visual Arts. Her graduation project was an 8-bit exploration game. Currently working as a freelance illustrator and videogame artist. She bring the different characters in our games to life with her lively designs and careful animations. Regularly shares her art on Instagram.
Besides the main development team, we’re working with multiple contractors to bring our worlds to life! Matias Gabler is helping with additional programming. All of our music needs are handled by Juan Ignacio Ferrari, while Mauricio Lopez creates sounds and ambient tracks.
If you want to talk to us about our projects or anything else, don’t be afraid to reach out! You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.