Dan Pearce 10 Second Ninja & BAFTA Breakthrough Brit
Dan started developing games during his teenage years. When he was sixteen years old, he won BAFTA's Young Game Designers Award, something which gave him access to companies like EA Games and Tt Games, and gave him the opertunity to learn about how various studios operate. When Dan was eighteen years old, he went fully independent as a game developer, alongside his school studies. Within a year and a half, he was made a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit. In March of this year, he was nominated for another BAFTA for his game 'Castles in the Sky', which he made with his company, The Tall Trees Ltd. In March, he also released '10 Second Ninja' with Mastertronic. Dan is now focusing his attention on newer projects.