Kurechii is an independent game studio, fueled by healthy mix of creative and crazy minds.
Based in Malaysia, we aim to bring more memorable and unique games to the world!
The team members work on projects either by themselves, in a pair, or together. This way, many games are developed simultaneously,
resulting in a constant flow of fresh ideas and renewed motivation. As of now, Kurechii is made up of four quirky minds:
The brain of Kurechii, Yiwei overlooks the development of games and what-nots in the studio. From initial ideas to the publishing of the game, he is there to make sure everything works well.
Great dreams and talent are contained in Yiwei’s lanky, yam-loving-self. He is like a dad to the other members, generous and well-informed; but is a child at heart. Most of Kurechii’s projects are programmed, if not fully developed by him.
Reading and daydreaming has led to her to creative writing. She dreams of publishing a visual novel one day, but as of now amuses herself with blogging and cosplaying.If she had not enrolled into a design course, she would have gone for language instead.
She knows five languages, and often pretends not to - just to amuse herself with what other people say in languages they think she doesn’t understand.
The aesthetically pleasing yet practical images in Kurechii’s projects are created (if not, overlooked) by Zyen. She has a flair for designing creatures that are addictive and cute, beside the intriguing interfaces you see in our games.
She has a collection of sketch books - but they are mostly empty as she cannot bear to scribble on them. In fact, most of our initial designs are doodled on draft paper.
Nick is naturally attracted to all things fun and interesting. He has an eye for details and enjoys creating and entertaining. That might explain why he has a Real Life Leveling System to either upgrade or level-down the people around him. As of now, he is spicing up the animations of our games-in-progress.
He loves butter-cream styled food, but he would rather skip meals than to skip karaoke sessions.