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Fox and the Little Prince


The Fox and the Little Prince (FLP) is a young and energetic game studio comprised of current Drexel students. Their collaboration dates back to October of 2014. They have found a unique niche in the gaming business, and a unique home in the entrepreneurial game studio in Westphal . Utilizing their skills as designers, artists, and technicians, FLP aims to make small, addicting games that are brimming with polish and charm. Currently, FLP focuses on releasing gaming apps to platforms like Google apps - their first game, Alchemia, is available for Android and iOS.


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Don Xu

Don is a graphic wizzard, a semi professional programmer and vocalist. Dreamed of one day he can bring fantasies into real life, he is working hard every day to realize his dream.

Zach Howell

Sporting long hair and an appreciation for the outdoors, Zach is an odd geek. Now a Computer Science student at Drexel University, he's learning how to code, how to psychics, and how to make blocks falls from the sky.

Catherine Hamilton

Raised in Philadelphia, dyed her hair blue, dubbed herself The Stray Cat, and started recording sounds. Cat Hamilton, began her work in Video Game Audio at Drexel University. Her work on these games has allowed her to find the voice of aliens, evil fruits, Kaiju monsters, robots and more.

Justin Patterson

I'm a graduate of the Drexel University Master's of Digital Media program. This alludes to my interests in videogame development, web design, animation, and the benefits technology can have on us. My dream is to be a designer for the games you want to play.

Richard Hamilton

Is a sound mixer/designer of the production and post production persuasion. He has mixed many short films, commercials, documentaries, features, and reality shows. His credits include the upcoming feature Courier X, Zombie Killers: Elelphants Graveyard, a documentary about two climbers scaling Mount Kilimanjaro, and many others. When he isn't mixing silky smooth sound waves to enter and pleasure your ears, Rich likes to climb things, party down, go 'sploring, and generally grab life by the horns. He also owns his own company, and said company has a website with all his cool work which you can click here to view, cheers!

Part of Entrepreneurial Game Studio in Westphal


October 28, 2014