2Cat Studios is a two
cat man computer-software development team, writing code, and playing with yarn. They formed in 2012, although they were informally working together long before that. Their first major project, UnityMusicPlayer, has been in development since the inception of the studio, and has seen many changes and improvements over the years. It has garnished the attention of many indie-music artists from around the industry, and has greatly benefited from the suggestions of users and fans. 2Cat Studios is in active development on a few other projects, and their progress can be monitored on each respective project's page.
For a more general idea of the studio's activities, visit the News+Blog page, where the momentum of time seems to fluctuate. There, you can keep up with the latest movements of the team, find insights to their daily life, and uncover all of their
hairbrained crazy schemes
("2Cat Studications"? What was I thinking?). For more specific information on the individual members, see the bios and portraits bellow.
I'm the resident pyramid cat here at 2Cat Studios. I handle our main C++ programming, as well as Macintosh deployment, and website development. I write the (always on time) News+Blog posts, retweet pictures of cats and architecture on Twitter, do lots of super fun stuff on GitHub, and make very abstract music for release on UMP and Soundcloud. I do enjoy long walks on the beach, but that's really besides the point, isn't it.
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Also, for what it's worth, we have not been served any warrents for user data from governments, domestic or foreign.
[Last updated: Saturday, September 24, 2016 at 19:06]
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Special thanks to GitHub for hosting our projects and website– although we aren't affiliated, we will always think of you as family.
Also, thank you for being a part of our journey. We wouldn't be here without you!
If you want to confess your love, drop us an email at email@example.com!