The Fermi Paradox

ANOMALY GAMES

meet the people behind “The Fermi Paradox”

JOERG REISIG

Jörg started "The Fermi Paradox" as a small indie game in 2016. Over time more people joined the

project and Anomaly Games was born. Before all that he was working in the German Game Industry as a Programmer and Game Designer on games like "Spec Ops : The Line" , "Dreadnought" , "Drakensang" and "Desperados II"






ANNA GRINENKO

Anna is a Character Artist and Illustrator based in Berlin. After finishing her study’s in 2020 she joined Anomaly Games and is now creating all the lovely and vibrant alien creatures for the “The Fermi Paradox”.



NIV SHPIGEL

Niv is a experienced Illustrator and Concept Artist who has been working on multiple award winning animation films in the past. He joined Anomaly Games in 2020 and is creating all the thrilling and storytelling event images for “The Fermi Paradox”.

MONA MUR

Mona is known for her voice and intense live performance as well as for her soundtracks for games like Kane & Lynch 2 : Dog Days. She is in the music industry since the 80s and creates the unique music and sound effects for the Fermi Paradox.

Lesley is a tea-drinking, free-thinking, unblinking, interlinking snail-like creature with an imagination and a thesaurus, rooting for humanity. She joined Anomaly Games in 2020 as a writer and editor.

Zoe is experienced and skilled writer and editor, with eight years of experience across book, journal, magazine and online publishing and a multifaceted skill set in digital and print production. After publishing a book about the Indie Games Industry called "Critical Hits" in 2016 she started to work with Anomaly Games.

THERESA SCHLAG

Rese is freelance 3D Artist based in Berlin. She joined the “The Fermi Paradox” early on and creates UI design and interactions for the game.

IN COLABARATION WITH

WINGS

Indie Game Investor

wingsfund.me





Saftladen

The lovely game collective in Berlin, that provides us with office desks

and good company

saftladen.berlin





BMVI

Federal government funding for computer games

bmvi.de