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Alec Holowka
Aquaria.jpg
Aquaria

Location

Winnipeg, Canada

Worked with

Kyle Pulver, Phil Fish, Derek Yu, Flashbang, Petri Purho, Daniel Baranowsky, Mark Johns

Website

Infinite Ammo

Alec Holowka was a game developer from Canada. He has made Aquaria together with Derek Yu as Bit-blot and formed Infinite Ammo with a range of part time developers.

Biography[]

The first publicly released title he worked on was I'm OK, with Derek Yu. Alec also created Celu for a Gamma event, and worked on Paper Moon and Owl Country. In 2009, he released Das Cube for iPhone, a collaboration with Mark Johns. Danny B did the music.

Entering Aquaria into the IGF in 2007, it went on to win the Seamus McNally Grand Prize of that year. Holowka also developed Night in the Woods, which went on to win the Seamus McNally Grand Prize at IGF 2018,

Alec was also a musician, having done music for games like: Crane Wars, Verge, Jetpack Brontosaurus, Depict1, Crayon Physics and Aquaria.

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