Bushi-go, Inc. was started by two mad storytellers with a passion for all things Game (and if you don’t believe it, there’s a stainless steel 4-sider with your name on it, buddy).
Founders Kimberly Unger and Douglas Sun each hold close to 20 years of experience in the traditional and videogame industries and both are seeking that perfect intersection between the interaction of a game and the immersion of reading a book (though the route to get there might be a little loopy).
Kimberly Unger – CEO/Founder
Kimberly attended the Art Center College of Design, receiving her degree with honors (Ill ’92). She has written two textbooks on mobile game design, “Game Development Essentials: Mobile Game Development” and “The Official Game Salad Guide to Game Development” both designed to serve as an entry point for new developers. She also lectures at UCSC’s Baskin School of Engineering as part of their Games and Playable Media Master’s degree program.
Douglas Sun has been a gamer since the late ‘70s and a professional writer, designer and developer since the late ‘90s. He contributed to Decipher’s Star Trek and The Lord of the Rings roleplaying games, and was line developer of the Legend of the Five Rings RPG. His work has been nominated for an Origins Award.