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In Buddhist teachings, the white lotus represents the growth and progress of the soul.

Our goal is to become a part of the growth and progress of the video game industry.


White Lotus Interactive is an independent game developer located in the

Southwestern USA and founded in 2013.

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Will we make more games?


Yes! We've been very quiet these last few years, busy at work on multiple unannounced projects.

Feel free to follow us on social media for updates and announcements.

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to Members


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John Torkington

John grew up playing video games. A few of his fondest childhood memories are playing Zelda with his older sister, and playing Pokemon well past his bedtime. Because of this, he is passionate about games and their potential. He has this crazy encyclopedic memory for everything computers. He has also been on more than 80 scuba dives and plays over 10 musical instruments! Though John is humble about it, he is an extremely talented music composer. He spends his free time surfing Wikipedia, cooking, playing games with friends and watching Star Trek Next Gen.

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Koriel Kruer

Koriel is a cosplaying, crafting, home-decorating meganerd. When she's not busy tending to her collection of swords, books, statues, and dragons, she's immersing herself in the fantastical realms of sci-fi, anime, and fantasy with her assemblage of equally geeky friends and family. She also makes time every day to care for her 5 dragons (lizards) and her direwolf (dog) too, as she has always had a love for animals. Koriel believes the transformative power of imagination, hopes to one day be as cool as her childhood hero: Xena Warrior Princess.

Taylor Radcliffe

Taylor is a kind-hearted creative that can be found most commonly yelling about how much she loves her friends, pets, and hobbies. The Legend of Zelda franchise is near and dear to her, and she gives credit to that series for inspiring her to want to work in the video game industry. When she isn’t playing games, she can be found drawing, modeling something to 3d print, or baking bread. A fun fact about Taylor is she enjoys both skiing and snowboarding despite hating cold weather. She feels most in her element when collaborating with other amazingly creative individuals.

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