Monday, February 25, 2019

SNES Omnibus Writer Spotlight #43 - Kale Menges

Kale Menges has been a supporter of the SNES Omnibus project almost from the beginning, and he’s got industry street cred. Not only does he have a deep history as a fan of gaming, he’s a longtime professional, developing video games for such companies as Boss Fight Entertainment, BioWare Austin, and Gearbox Software. He’s also a fine writer, a good dude, a sharp cookie, and a devoted family man. Plus, he’s got a cool, healthy sounding name. :) Thanks, Kale!

Here's Kale's bio as it appears in the SNES Omnibus books:

Kale Menges has been an avid gamer all his life, starting with the Atari 2600 nearly four decades ago. According to legend, in the early 1980s, when he was just an infant, his mother would prop him up in the arcade cabinet as she played Pac-Man while waiting for clothes to dry at the laundromat, the radiation from the CRT warping his imagination and setting his destiny in motion. An artist and graphic designer, Kale has spent the last decade working as a game developer, contributing to a myriad of titles across an array of platforms.

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