We believe that all skills can be learned by everyone, collaboratively, in a fast, entertaining and effective manner.
We believe in the power of game mechanics and their capacity to motivate and compel players. We believe we can delight at the same time as educate and can make learning as fun as the most compelling video game
We believe cutting-edge technologies will change how we interact with the real-world and each other. We develop fun and interactive products that bridge this world with the digital and allow the learning of real-life skills
We believe in pushing ourselves and our craft and utilise the best in modern development practices and agile production techniques. We have experience with mobile, VR, blockchain, AR, IoT, web and much more
A view of Neko-Towers, where all the magic happens!
Liam Conroy was born in Liverpool, U.K. and is an experienced developer of 15 years. Having worked in the U.K. games industry for several years as a game designer (Guitar Hero IV/V, Split/Second), Liam came to Japan 9 years ago and rode the smartphone boom and setup as a freelance developer.
In recent years his interests have moved into technologies that bridge the virtual and real divide, AR and game-assisted learning being of particular interest.
Liam joined forces with Owen Bennett early 2017 and Nekologic was born. Nekologic likes to look at things differently, inquisitively and with eternal curiosity.
Liam is fluent in Japanese, likes to plays drums and enjoys snowboarding and spending time with his rescue-cat Ada Lovelace, who probably comes from another dimension.
Owen Bennett has been programming for over 30 years, professionally for nearly 20, and has worked on everything from banner ads to mobile games to multi year enterprise applications. After graduating from art school, he trained as a professional cocktail bartender before finding work as a software developer. He lived and worked in Brighton for a decade, then took a year off in the Yucatan with his family, eating chilaquiles and swimming in underwater caves, before settling in Japan two years ago. He joined forces with Liam in Kyoto shortly after arrival and brings his cool-calm experience and tea-drinking skills to the neko-ship. He speaks 4 languages, 3 of them very badly.
Technical artist extrodinaire and best dressed member of Nekologic by far, Ken brings both a keen eye as an artist and serious programming chops to the Nekologic crew!
We are always on the lookout for talented, self-starting individuals. We work with a number of cool technologies and with a number of exciting clients. Get in touch with us if you are interested!
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