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Meet Max Polhill, developer extraordinaire


Max Polhill has recently released his physics puzzler game ‘Stellar Alien’ on Google Play and in the Chrome Web Store. It’s his first title released under his studio, Xavier Games. Max is also only 14 years old.

I’ve been in the games industry for 15+ years and it’s not often that I’m bowled over, but Max Polhill has done just that. Being a title’s sole developer and shipping it is a grand achievement in and of itself, but accomplishing this at age 14 is just plain incredible.

If you have a chance, do check out his app – It’s a fun little puzzler with a merciless level of difficulty. You can also find the link to his developer blog in my blog roll.

Screenshots from ‘Stellar Alien’

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About ChrisK

Chris Khoo cut his teeth on programming writing BASIC programs on a ZX Spectrum back in 1985. Since then, he's graduated to programming on the web and on nearly all the game consoles released since the mid-90's. Chris remains an active member of the software industry and is currently operating as indie developer and founder of Wappworks Studio.

2 Responses to “Meet Max Polhill, developer extraordinaire”

  1. Max March 1, 2013 at 4:25 pm #

    Thanks for the write up. Getting Stellar Alien’s audio to work properly wouldn’t have been an easy task if it wasn’t for your talk about how you built the audio system for Hyper Grav.

    • ChrisK March 2, 2013 at 3:25 pm #

      Thanks for those kind words, Max.

      I can’t wait to see what you have planned for your second title.