Levi D. Smith – A 2002 Georgia Tech graduate with a bachelor of science degree in computer science. He completed his master of science degree in industrial engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2008. Currently, he works in the Knoxville, Tennessee area as a software engineer. As a hobby, he creates computer games for competitions such as Ludum Dare. Two of his games are published on the XBox 360 Indie marketplace, which are “Resistor” and “TTY GFX ADVNTR”. He recently released One Gunman to the Windows Store in 2014, which was featured in the local Knoxville MetroPulse entertainment paper. He occasionally speaks at local technical conferences, and he is active in arranging alumni events for the Knoxville Georgia Tech club.

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A developer of puzzle games including Ichiban Sokoban.

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