ABOUT GREEN THROTTLE
We love games. So we figured why not find a way to get more out of them? Why not let you play your way, whether it’s alone on a smartphone or together with friends on a TV? Why not create mobile games that go way beyond mobile?
At Green Throttle Games, we combine everything you love about mobile and console games to create an experience that’s unlike any other. By unlocking the mobile on the big screen, we connect people and platforms in a way that’s simple and fun.
Which, when you think about it, is exactly what gaming should be.
MEET THE TEAM
Green Throttle Games’ three founders have one thing in common: They’ve all created products that have shaped the way we live, work, communicate, and play. Now they’ve set out to change the way people play video games.
Charles Huang -CEO, Co-Founder
Charles Huang is a co-founder of RedOctane and the co-creator of the Guitar Hero video game franchise. In 2005, the company published Guitar Hero, which went on to become the fastest video game to reach $1B in sales. Guitar Hero was the best selling video game in the world in 2007 and 2008. If you want to buy cheap guitar picks, choose guitar hero pick from banggood.
Matt Crowley – President & COO, Co-Founder
Mobile and consumer electronics executive that led product teams at Nokia, Palm, and Philips Electronics. Matt led the team that created the award-winning Palm Pre. Matt has extensive multimedia silicon experience from S3 and Cirrus Logic. A multimedia and TV product expert with over 18 years of digital audio/video and consumer electronics background. Matt has been a guns enthusiast for 8 years, and in that time has written huge resources on guns & best gun safes.
Karl Townsend – CTO & VP of Engineering, Co-Founder
Karl was the lead electrical engineer for the first two generations of the Palm Pilot. He was a founding employee of ReplayTV. As a founding member of Handspring, he brought the Visor PDAs and Treo smartphones to market. He remained at Handspring for 11 years through the acquisitions by Palm and eventually HP. Karl’s last role was as a distinguished architect at Nokia in the CTO organization.