The Guildhall at SMU
Squirrel Eiserloh is a game programming faculty Lecturer at The Guildhall, SMU's top-ranked game development graduate program. Since he graduated from Taylor University in 1996 (B.A. Physics) he has been working as a professional game developer in the Dallas area, and has contributed to over a dozen commercial game titles spanning a number of platforms and genres, from early online MUDs to action/adventure/role-playing videogames, casual games, puzzle games, experimental games, and shooters. He currently serves as a co-chair of the Dallas chapter of the International Game Developers Association, and coordinates the Math for Game Programmers sessions at the annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. In his spare time he develops indie games, helps organize 48-hour experimental game jam sessions, and participates in the Dallas Society of Play, a local indie game developer collective.
Independent Game Developer - Rodents of Unusual Size
Technical Director / Game Designer - TrueThought
Technical Director - MumboJumbo Games
Technical Director - Ritual Entertainment
Lead Programmer - Ion Storm