Agustín Pérez Fernández

Independent videogame developer and multimedia artist

He studied cinematography, acting and self-educated on how to make games. Is the author of several experimental games like “El Beso”, “Symphorophilia” and “Mantra”: an interactive experiment about mantras and meditation that was selected to be shown at the Game Developers Conference 2011 as part of the Experimental Gameplay Workshop Panel.

He also participates and made commissioned work for the exhibition “Game On” with artistic video games on cultural centers and galleries.

He worked as game designer and producer in the videogame company Joju Games and later joined Globant as Lead Game Designer for an unreleased project.

He was an entrepreneur on Chimango Games next to his partners, Adrian Gonzalez and Claudio Griglio. Their first game Pewma had a great repercussion on Argentina. They made several games for TV shows like Gumball, Adventure Time and Esperanza Mía.

He is a founding member of the Argentine Video Game Foundation (Fundav) and administrator and co-founder of the largest Spanish-language video game developer community of the moment called DUVAL. This community seeks to centralize the conversation of the region's developers without losing the local communities.