Jet Set Games was founded by a couple of guys with a an average of 20 years of video game industry experience, working on titles ranging from Command & Conquer, Dune, Blade Runner, and MAG to name a handful.
Since 2008, we’ve built a team of the most talented game developers for every platform imaginable, and set up shop in one of the coolest places on the planet — VEGAS BABY!
And why not?
In recent years, Las Vegas has emerged as a central hub for all things entertainment and technology related. With companies like Bally Technologies, Zappos, and Switch Communications all choosing to call Las Vegas home, it really was a no brainer for us. Where else on the planet can you start your day having breakfast in the snowy mountains, followed by lunch on the tranquil lake, and end it all with dinner on top of the romantic Eiffel Tower? You could even take in one of Las Vegas’s many shows, like Celine Dion — We wouldn’t, cause she’s Canadian, but you could.
So, what have we been working on lately?
Highborn for iOS, Android and Steam, cracked iTunes’ Overall Top 10. Highborn HD, the iPad follow-up, successfully made it to #2 on iTunes’ Overall Top 10, and then held the #1 spot in Strategy. Tapscape says, “…[Highborn HD] changes the standard for what it means to sell an engaging game on the iPad.”
Our experience and connections in the industry allow us to work with top-tier publishers and develop for first-party platforms that many independent publishers struggle to. With so much experience coming from such a diverse group of individuals, the sky’s the limit as Jet Set Games continues to expand to every console, hand-held, and digital delivery platform imaginable.
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Brett made the scene back in 1985 when he founded Westwood Studios, which quickly turned into one of the most critically and commercially acclaimed game development studios in history with more than a dozen hits to its credit. As president, Brett was responsible for new product development, art direction, and publishing strategy of all Westwood's games. Now with Jet Set, he's eyeballing a new generation of entertainment platforms, most notably mobile entertainment. It's a whole new direction for the industry, and Brett's got the goods to deliver.
Rade got into the industry in 1993 and has since worked on major franchises with industry heavyweights like Sony Computer Entertainment America, Activision, Electronic Arts, and Westwood Studios. Rade believes that you can't make a great game without having a great time while you're doing it.