Rocket Science Amusements is an LA independent game studio founded by Sam Farmer in 2013. We make games that are smart and funny.
Prior to starting Rocket Science Amusements, Sam was Lead Game Designer for BBC Worldwide where he developed PC games based on several top BBC television series. In addition, Sam’s original mobile social word game Yumby Words was released on Google Play and the App Store by Playgearz in 2013. Before that, Sam won two IGF awards at GDC 2010 for Paper Cakes and Spectre. His design work on Blink (project supervised by Sony Santa Monica), allowed him to create compelling stories within the context of a AAA action/adventure title.
LAST LIFE is currently on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1717469366/last-life
Rocket Science Amusements
Based in Los Angeles, California
November 2, 2013
Published by Double Fine
Supervised by Sony Santa Monica
8714 W Washington Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232
+1 818 383 5864
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Awards & Recognition
- "Winner: Independent Games Festival Student Showcase, GDC 2010." - For PaperCakes.
- "Winner: Independent Games Festival Student Showcase, GDC 2010." - For Spectre.
- "Winner: Wacom/Utrecht School of the Arts Design Competition, USC 2009.”
- “Finalist & Special Honorable Mention: Juried Awards, Indiecade 2009.” - For Spectre.
- "LG Innovative Mobile Game Award 2012.” - For Hungry, Hungry UFOs.
- University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, B.A. Interactive Entertainment, magna cum laude, May 2012
Selected Praise for LAST LIFE
"I'm a fan of great adventure games, and LAST LIFE looks to tap deep into that vein. I love the concept and world that Sam is crafting, plus sexy dancing polygons always tug at my heart."
- Alex Preston, Hyper Light Drifter
"I've been following Sam's work for years...LAST LIFE looks amazing.”
- Max Temkin, Cards Against Humanity
“Fascinating! Fantastic! It could happen...”
- Jo Pitesky, Rocket Scientist