Jeremiah Slaczka

Jeremiah Slaczka, also known by his nickname Miah, is a video game designer/creative director and co-founder of 5TH Cell, a video game developer in Bellevue, Washington.wikipedia
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Scribblenauts

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He is best known for being the concept creator and Director of Scribblenauts as well as the million-seller hit video game Drawn to Life and 5TH Cell's critically acclaimed Lock's Quest, all for the Nintendo DS.
Jeremiah Slaczka, creator and director of Scribblenauts, envisioned the game as a combination of solving life situation puzzles alongside Mad Libs.

5th Cell

Jeremiah Slaczka, also known by his nickname Miah, is a video game designer/creative director and co-founder of 5TH Cell, a video game developer in Bellevue, Washington. Run Roo Run (2012) (iOS): 5th Cell - Additionally credited as: Designed By Hybrid (2012) (XBLA): 5th Cell Scribblenauts Unlimited (2012) (Wii U, 3DS, PC): 5th Cell
and is run by Joseph M. Tringali, Jeremiah Slaczka and Marius Falhbusch.

Drawn to Life

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He is best known for being the concept creator and Director of Scribblenauts as well as the million-seller hit video game Drawn to Life and 5TH Cell's critically acclaimed Lock's Quest, all for the Nintendo DS.

Lock's Quest

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He is best known for being the concept creator and Director of Scribblenauts as well as the million-seller hit video game Drawn to Life and 5TH Cell's critically acclaimed Lock's Quest, all for the Nintendo DS.

Run Roo Run

Run Roo Run (2012) (iOS): 5th Cell - Additionally credited as: Designed By
After playing the game Flash Space is Key by independent developer Chris Jeff, director Jeremiah Slaczka gained inspiration for creating a new video game.

Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Nintendo DS)

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Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (2009) (Nintendo DS): THQ - Additionally credited as: Written by and Original Concept Creator

Super Scribblenauts

Super Scribblenauts (2010) (Nintendo DS): Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment - Additionally credited as: Original Concept Creator

Hybrid (video game)

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Hybrid (2012) (XBLA): 5th Cell

Scribblenauts Unlimited

Scribblenauts Unlimited (2012) (Wii U, 3DS, PC): 5th Cell

Video game design

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Jeremiah Slaczka, also known by his nickname Miah, is a video game designer/creative director and co-founder of 5TH Cell, a video game developer in Bellevue, Washington.

Creative director

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Jeremiah Slaczka, also known by his nickname Miah, is a video game designer/creative director and co-founder of 5TH Cell, a video game developer in Bellevue, Washington.

Organizational founder

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Jeremiah Slaczka, also known by his nickname Miah, is a video game designer/creative director and co-founder of 5TH Cell, a video game developer in Bellevue, Washington.

Video game developer

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Jeremiah Slaczka, also known by his nickname Miah, is a video game designer/creative director and co-founder of 5TH Cell, a video game developer in Bellevue, Washington.

Bellevue, Washington

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Jeremiah Slaczka, also known by his nickname Miah, is a video game designer/creative director and co-founder of 5TH Cell, a video game developer in Bellevue, Washington.

Nintendo DS

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He is best known for being the concept creator and Director of Scribblenauts as well as the million-seller hit video game Drawn to Life and 5TH Cell's critically acclaimed Lock's Quest, all for the Nintendo DS. Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (2009) (Nintendo DS): THQ - Additionally credited as: Written by and Original Concept Creator Super Scribblenauts (2010) (Nintendo DS): Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment - Additionally credited as: Original Concept Creator

Electronic Entertainment Expo

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Scribblenauts was the first handheld game ever to win a "Best of Show Overall" award (across all platforms) at E3 from IGN, GameSpot and GameSpy.

IGN

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Scribblenauts was the first handheld game ever to win a "Best of Show Overall" award (across all platforms) at E3 from IGN, GameSpot and GameSpy.

GameSpot

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Scribblenauts was the first handheld game ever to win a "Best of Show Overall" award (across all platforms) at E3 from IGN, GameSpot and GameSpy.

GameSpy

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Scribblenauts was the first handheld game ever to win a "Best of Show Overall" award (across all platforms) at E3 from IGN, GameSpot and GameSpy.

THQ

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Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (2009) (Nintendo DS): THQ - Additionally credited as: Written by and Original Concept Creator Drawn to Life has since gone on to spawn a franchise involving one sequel, accompanied by a Wii console version, all three titles published by THQ.

Mobile game

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His previous works for 5th Cell were in mobile games, using both original and licensed work.

Chicago

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In 2000, Jeremiah, along with Joseph M. Tringali (co-founder and General Manager of 5TH Cell), co-founded Epix Interactive Studios, a video game developer, in Chicago, Illinois, that was developing Fate, the first announced MMORPG for Microsoft's original Xbox.

Illinois

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In 2000, Jeremiah, along with Joseph M. Tringali (co-founder and General Manager of 5TH Cell), co-founded Epix Interactive Studios, a video game developer, in Chicago, Illinois, that was developing Fate, the first announced MMORPG for Microsoft's original Xbox.

Massively multiplayer online role-playing game

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In 2000, Jeremiah, along with Joseph M. Tringali (co-founder and General Manager of 5TH Cell), co-founded Epix Interactive Studios, a video game developer, in Chicago, Illinois, that was developing Fate, the first announced MMORPG for Microsoft's original Xbox.

Xbox (console)

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In 2000, Jeremiah, along with Joseph M. Tringali (co-founder and General Manager of 5TH Cell), co-founded Epix Interactive Studios, a video game developer, in Chicago, Illinois, that was developing Fate, the first announced MMORPG for Microsoft's original Xbox.