About

Simon Cutajar

Hi! I’m Simon Cutajar!

[pronounced sai-muhn ku-tie-yar]

I’m a 29 year old games designer and developer from the sunny European island of Malta.

I’m currently finishing up a PhD in Computing at the Open University in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom, where I’m working on automatically generating musical transitions for video games. I completed a MSc in Media Technology and Games at the IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark in 2013, and I also hold a B.Sc (Hons) ICT from the University of Malta, completed in 2011.

I co-founded Kvasir Games, a games company based in Copenhagen, Denmark. I also founded GameDev.com.mt, a website that serves as a central hub for game development in the Maltese Islands.

I’m very much into playing games as well as developing games: I enjoy playing digital RPGs and strategy games on my PC, as well as board games and role-playing games with friends. I normally take the role of the dungeon master when playing role-playing games, since I love worldbuilding and tinkering with new designs and ideas.

My professional interests include game design and development, procedural content generation, computational creativity, educational games, music, and artificial intelligence.

Do you want to hire me? Want to get in touch? Contact me!

[My CV]