Factsheet

Developer:
Vandalia Softworks
Based in Morgantown, WV, USA

Founding date:
June 24 2017

Website:
vandaliasoft.com

Press / Business Contact:
team@vandsoft.com

Social:
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Twitter
Youtube

Releases:
Forensic Investigation Game (FIG)

Address:
364 PATTESON DR #289
MORGANTOWN, WV, 26505

Phone:

Description

Vandalia Softworks is a game development and publishing company located in Morgantown, WV. We have three gaming projects/areas we are working on currently - those include developing forensic game-based learning software for high school and college students, working with small indie game developers in West Virginia to help them market and distribute their games in a crowded gaming industry, and working with Simgines LLC to create affordable racing computer systems for racing enthusiasts and gamers.

History

Vandalia Softworks was founded in June 2017 by Jordan Hallow mainly to support the development of FIG (Forensic Investigation Game), a game-based learning application to test and teach basic forensic skills. FIG’s full release is currently planned for Summer 2018.

Vandalia, for those who don’t know, was the name in the late 1700s of a proposed British Colony in North America in what today is mostly West Virginia, and going as far north as Pittsburgh, PA. The Softworks part was inspired by the game developer Bethesda Softworks.

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Selected Articles

  • "Jordan Hallow, a senior entrepreneurship and innovation major and computer science minor from Gerrardstown, launched his own video game development company in Morgantown. With help from the WVU LaunchLab and the WVU Forensic Science Academy for Professionals, his company, Vandalia Softworks, is developing game-based forensic investigation learning software that will benefit both law enforcement professionals and students."
    - Mary C. Dillon, WVU Today


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