First things first, I really like games. All games. I love the strategy involved in playing and creating them, I love the social nature with friends and strangers, and I love the multitude and variety that exist. Most of what you will find on this site will be related to that passion.
Look around and let me know if anything catches your eye that you would like to learn more about. My personal contact information is at the bottom of the page.
Hello! My name is Nathaniel Gribble Blair, I am 24 years old and a Software Engineer for HP. I graduated from Washington State University, Honors College in 2014 with a degree in Theoretical Mathematics and a minor in Computer Science and currently attend Rochester Institute of Technology as a Masters student in Game Design and Development. As I said before, I love games. I started playing soccer when I was 5 years old and still currently play on local teams. I have also been playing video games and board games from a very young age, when my dad first taught me how to hold a controller and my mom taught me how to hold a hand of cards straight. Among my favorite video games are the Zelda series, the Dark Soul’s series, Halo 2-4 for my competitive FPS fixing, and many of the small indie games such as Rogue Legacy, FTL, and Crypt of the Necrodancer. I take quite a bit of my inspiration for making games from the Super Nintendo 16-bit era as well as the modern renaissance of indie games. For more information about me check out the full page.
If you are interested in seeing some of the professional and personal projects I have contributed to, you can take a look at this page for some samples.