Jeremy "Spindley Q Frog" Penner

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Jeremy started Glorious Trainwrecks in April of 2007 because he wanted to play more games like The Last Eichhof, a freeware DOS game where you controlled a beer bottle that shot at alarm clocks while yodelling in space. Unbelievably, it worked.

Since then, he has hacked his Wii to play Mike Tyson's Punch-Out! with bongos, reverse-engineered the Klik & Play file format, created a realtime multiplayer telnet ANSI drawing program with ambitions to become a collaborative game development tool, and instigated dozens of internet game jams, bringing together people from all over the globe and producing somewhere in the neighbourhood of 1000 games so far.

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Pirate Kart 2