Before co-founding Thing Trunk, Filip worked on many games at Twin Bottles, a company he built from scratch with Konstanty. His portfolio most notably includes Brunhilda and the Dark Crystal, a game that cleverly mixed hidden objects and classic adventure games in a surprising and delightful way.
Until very recently, Filip taught game development at PJA, but regrettably he had to resign due to other conflicting activities such as ever-increasing workloads at Thing Trunk and practicing playing tenor sax in the closet (yes, this apparently is a thing among aspiring sax players).
Being a true, versatile game developer at heart, Filip’s work is invaluable on many fronts. He contributes to our games as a designer, programmer, and most notably as a producer. He constantly juggles schedules and shifts tables to keep our project on time.
In person, Filip is a most cheerful fellow. Even when things turn grim and problems abound, he always manages to maintain a good spirit and relieve the tension with an appropriately inappropriate joke. But it doesn’t mean that Filip is a trifler or that he doesn’t treat problems seriously. In fact, he is probably the most conscientious person on our team.
Filip has a Master’s degree in computer science, and he can’t imagine doing anything else other than making games for a living. Everything else is just a hobby to him - and he has plenty of them.
Filip is best known for:
- co-founding Twin Bottles
- developing Brunhilda and the Dark Crystal
- his craving for gourmet treats and passion for cooking
- annoying Konstanty by speaking too loudly
- DIY, building robots and various handicrafts
- constantly pranking Staszek with a shaggy rat toy
- being a fan of quality cinema (best memory - watching "I, Frankenstein" 4 times)
- jumping out of a plane, or from a boat into a swarm of bloodthirsty sharks
Author posts (7):
There is a lot of fuss about mid-core games and even debate if the term itself should exist in the first place. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s all about, please seat comfortably, enjoy a nice hot mug of tea and spare a couple of minutes... more
When we launched Book of Demons through Steam Early Access a year ago we had a pretty fixed plan for the future. We knew that the first month or so we would be focusing on bug fixing and stability issues. The game was already tested in-house and by... more
According to Steam Spy, starting from 2013, around a thousand games have entered Early Access on Steam. There are a lot of reasons why companies decide to launch a playable yet not finished product to the public. But two main of those are:... more
After nearly 3 years of development Book of Demons finally has a Steam Early Access release date! It will launch on the 28th of July and we’re incredibly hyped about it, because it will probably be the most important day in the history of our... more
We're extremely proud to announce that Book of Demons, our deck-building hack and slash where it's the player who decides the length of quests, will launch on Xbox One as a console exclusive! We don't have a release date yet and we don't want to... more
Today marks the biggest announcement in Thing Trunk’s history. I know it doesn’t say much, but we’re unveiling Book of Demons, a dark fantasy hack & slash game for PC and the first game in the Return 2 Games series that we announced a few... more
Beginning of January is a very important time for most of us. We make plans for the whole new year. We analyze what went wrong in the previous year, what we could have done better. We consider every mistake and study each success. Some of us make... more