After numerous parents and kids begged him to teach a camp, Christopher launched DreamQuest Academy for Spring Break 2013 and taught 3 more camps that summer. He founded DreamQuest Games in 2000 and has been leading mobile game development since 2004. His Masters in Software Engineering leads to delivering projects on-time and under-budget. Under Christopher’s direction, DreamQuest Games has shipped over 30 successful game titles on mobile game platforms, including IOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows Mobile and Symbian, including being awarded 2 US Patents and PocketPC Game of the Year in 2006 for Championship Spades. Madagascar 2 Video Game At Idol Minds, Christopher was Lead Programmer on Madagascar 2, a 3D game which sold over a million units for Activision in 2008. Most recently, he has ported DreamQuest Game’s catalog of 13 family-oriented card and board games to iOS and Android, including Championship Hearts, which was released in January 2012. Christopher’s favorite games are M.U.L.E., Final Fantasy III, Skyrim, and he’s currently playing League of Legends, Hearthstone, and Borderlands 2.