About the Developpers
Ketchup noodles, AS3, making scary jokes (i.e : “I broke everything”)
Tigrounette (or Tig for short) was born on February the 22nd of 1984, and is the guru of all Transformice’s code. He can debug the map system while coding new features for an event, and making troll jokes in the same time. He likes good cuisine, though often too lazy to cook himself.
During his free time, he codes small games for fun, and has more than 40 unfinished games into his hard drive.
He plays tons of videogames, to the dismay of his Steam account and wallet. His favorite games are, in no particular order : Dark Age of Camelot, World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Portal, Left 4 Dead.
His sister Ley was an admin during the early days of Transformice’s life, helping with hirings the first moderators. She since left, in order to take care of her newborn.
Repairing herself her 22 years old car, Flash CS5, not throwing away old junk (drives Tig crazy at the office)
Melibellule (or Meli for short) was born on July the 24th of 1986, and is the designer of almost everything that isn’t text. She learns fast, and has a particular interest into debug, optimization and coding, which made her work a lot with Tig and become the favorite graphic designer among the developpers at her previous work.
She loves to read a lot, play videogames, and take hot baths. Her favorite authors are Anne Mc Caffrey, Robin Hobb, Orson Scott Card, Dan Simmons, George R.R. Martin. Her favorite videogames are Portal, Left 4 Dead, Pokémon, Super Smash Bros Melee, Animal Crossing, Sonic Generations, Anno 2070, Dungeon Defenders, Guild Wars 2.
English & French Community Manager
Staying zen in all circumstances, being shy, cookies
Sydoline (or Sydo for short) was born on June the 29th of 1990, and takes care of everything community-related. From organizing events to managing the moderation team, she works a lot to make Transformice a better and safer place to be at.
Among weird things, she doesn’t like chocolate, but likes to bake cookies. She’s an overall adorable, very shy person, and soothes anyone working around her with her omnious zenitude.
Phoning master, understanding law talking, soup-like mashed potatoes
Loukno (no short name this time) was born on August the 6th of 1989, and is here for an internship of six months in our company Atelier 801. She takes cares of everything marketing-related, like ads sales, IRL events, or answering the phone.
Lead Server Programmer
Throwing plushies back, being quiet, making nice figures with his metallic bucky balls
Azrou was born on June the 24th of 1984, and is responsible of most of the second game. He also is a Linux and Ghibli fanboy, and always wears sandals, even in winter.
Spanish Community Manager
Forgetting everything, eating weird stuff, slowpoke
Kura was born on March the 29th of 1983, and takes care of the spanish-speaking Community. He’s in charge of hiring new moderators, talking with players, and is a pretty good artist, among being an gigantic troll sometimes. Having Tig and Kura trolling each other in the office can be very dangerous.
Turkish Community Manager
Being shy, not eating much
Vanlu was born on October the 10th of 1983, and takes care of the Turkish Community. He has to manage the forums, hire new mods, answer emails, and overall is a real help for us to understand our Turkish community.
Brazilian Community Manager
Being always super happy
Galaktine was born on August the 29th of 1980, and takes care of the huge Brazilian Community. Like her fellow Community Managers, she has to manage moderators, answer emails, and keep an eye on the forums to bring us the problems the brazilian players might encounter. She’s overall a very joyful person, and interacts a lot with her community.
About Atelier 801
Atelier 801 is a company founded in October 2011 by Tigrounette (Jean-Baptiste Le Marchand) and Melibellule (Mélanie Christin).
Its purpose is to rally players from all over the world around cute and fun free online games.
Its first game ever created was Transformice, where mice ally to gather as much cheese as possible.
In the near future, Atelier 801 will develop more multiplayer games.