Lars A. Doucet is the Co-Founder of Level Up Labs, LLC, an independent game design studio based in Bryan, TX, and has a Master's degree in Visualization Sciences from Texas A&M University.
His latest project is the successful RPG/Tower Defense hybrid Defender's Quest.
In addition to his work at LUL, Lars has been a consultant who specializes in "Applied Gaming," an emerging field that uses game design and game technology for new uses both in and out of the entertainment sector.
Lars' applied gaming projects include Super Energy Apocalypse, in collaboration with the Houston Advanced Research Center, and CellCraft, through Wake Forest University and the MacArthur foundation.
Lars has also consulted for Rice University's Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning as well as various departments at Texas A&M University.
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[News - 03/25/2015 - 06:04]
It kinda looks like they ...
It kinda looks like they develop software to me: r n r nhttp://store.steampowered.com/search/ snr 1 4 4 12 term term Valve sort by ASC page 1
[Blog - 03/20/2015 - 01:54]
Man, this hits close to ...
Man, this hits close to home. My wife and I have about the same work-from-home-small-business-small-children arrangement you and Adam do. r n r n Hey you 're going to be at GDC/random meetup/etc, right r n r nBefore kids: Sure r nAfter kids: Maybe next year... repeat x10
[Blog - 02/23/2015 - 12:31]
Ah yeah I have some ...
Ah yeah I have some of those already, just a different brand. Is this one better than the regular kind
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[News - 02/16/2015 - 12:07]
There is PLENTY of precedent ...
There is PLENTY of precedent for things being purchased and then being neglected to death, regardless of intention. See: Autodesk. r n r n I 'm dominating this comment thread a wee bit too much, time to fade back into the ether