Super Soul is a small studio out of Lexington, KY. We specialize in video game development, virtual reality, augmented reality, and educational services. We are a for-hire studio.
Since the founding of Super Soul a decade ago, we have created an environment of fun and play through innovative installation games, unique games, and helping to cultivate game development throughout the Bluegrass.
We are thought leaders for game development in Kentucky, and whether you’re looking for a good game, a project that needs porting to modern consoles, or an useful internship you should talk to us.
Founder & CEO
John Meister is a programmer, game designer and founder of Super Soul. He is on the curriculum advisory board for KCTCS, University of Kentucky, and Eastern Kentucky University. He has worked for over decade on projects throughout the industry.
A graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, Shea Rembold is a talented programmer and developer. His work on his personal projects has been nominated for an IGF Award for alternative controls design.
Having graduated from SCAD in 2015, Zach is a freelance 2D artist working on a variety of game and non-game related projects. He enjoys film, games, walking and when the eggs in ramen are not overcooked.
Amanda Hudgins is a game developer and designer, whose work has been exhibited internationally at various events as well as at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Amanda is on the Advisory Board for the KCTCS system.