Jph Wacheski

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Jph Wacheski (or Jeph) is a musician and independent video game developer in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Games[edit]

Wacheski's games and music are experimental in design. The games are typically in a retro arcade style with unique modern sound design. His game releases bear the name of his studio, Iteration Games.

LockOn[1] and Valence[2] have both received the "Top Dog" award at Home of the Underdogs, and several of Wacheski's games have been featured on the Independent Gaming Web log.[3] His games are included in many collections of free and independent games, both on the Web and on CD-ROMs packaged with magazines.

Releases[edit]

  • LockOn (2003)
  • Joust 3: Revenge of the Lava Troll (2003)
  • Seeds: Three Birds of the Apocalypse (2003)
  • Wizard of Wor (remake) (2003)
  • Electric Yo-Yo (remake) (2003)
  • Valence (2004)
  • Sub Atomic (2004)
  • Lunar Rescue (2005)
  • Quiescence (2005)
  • 100 Invaders (2006)
  • Cathode Raygun (2006)
  • Forward (2006)
  • Upstream (2006)

Music[edit]

Wacheski's music recordings and live shows have been under the names And the Earth Died Screaming, Zug Island, and Jph Wacheski.

He has performed his music live at various live shows mostly in and around Toronto, including A Month of Sundays (2001),[4] Aspect (2002), and The Ambient Ping (together with Leif Bloomquist as Jamming Signal, 2003).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The-Underdogs.info - Geek Stuff, Gadgets und Technik". Archived from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
  2. ^ "The-Underdogs.info - Geek Stuff, Gadgets und Technik". Archived from the original on 8 March 2008. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
  3. ^ "Independent Gaming". Retrieved 10 June 2016.
  4. ^ "Stained Productions presents A Month Of Sundays". Retrieved 10 June 2016.

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