The co-founder of Australian studio League of Geeks, Adam Duncan, has died.
The developer revealed the news on Twitter, saying that it was “saddened” to announce his passing. There is no indication what the reason for dying was.
“Adam was a founding member of League of Geeks, revered artwork director, idea artist and animator,” the studio wrote.
“His beautiful illustrations and character designs gave our tasks a singular and joyful spirit, filled with coronary heart.
“His great sense of humour and mild humility flowed all through all his work, into our video games, and into the hearts and minds of thousands and thousands of gamers. Adam devoted himself to his beloved craft and we contemplate ourselves so extremely fortunate and perpetually grateful that he transported us all to these lovely worlds he dreamed.”
A few of his colleagues additionally took to Twitter to pay their respects to their departed buddy.
“Adam was my buddy & inventive collaborator in life – it feels extremely lonely to be in a world the place we will not share within the loopy issues we each cherished & labored on,” League of Geeks inventive director – and fellow co-founder – Ty Carey said.
“Regardless of his huge expertise, he was a delicate, developed human who naturally solely thought of the individuals round him.”
In the meantime, co-founder and studio director Trent Kusters added: “There aren’t many individuals you could possibly envision working alongside every single day for the remainder of your life. Adam was one in all them. A delicate large, in stature, temperament and expertise. What I might give for yet one more mission, yet one more dinner, yet one more chat.
“Love you, buddy.”