About us

Learn more about the deranged duo.

Robinson Technologies Corporation is operated by the husband and wife team of Seth and Akiko Robinson and is located in Hiroshima, Japan. Our wikipedia page is here.

Seth Robinson - Designer/Programmer/Coffee guy

Seth has made a practice of making odd games, including designing and programming many independent titles such as the BBS hit Legend Of The Red Dragon, the multiplayer Flash based web game Funeral Quest, IGF finalists Teenage Lawnmower and Dungeon Scroll, and the cult classic RPG Dink Smallwood.

He teamed up with Hamumu Software to create Growtopia, an MMO with over 20 million users that was sold to Ubisoft in 2017.

He also dabbles in open source development tools, creating Proton SDK, a mobile friendly gaming framework that many of his games are built on.

Seth's credits also include programming for various companies on top mobile titles including Guitar Hero Mobile (BREW), Duke Nukem Mobile (BREW) and Prey Invasion (iPhone).

Akiko Robinson - CEO

Akiko has honed her skills by doing artwork for many commercial titles including Duke Nukem Mobile (2D and 3D versions) and designing and illustrating indie games like Teenage Lawnmower, Dungeon Scroll and Akiko Robinson's Reckless Thief.

Contact information:

Support/Business inquiries/Shoot the breeze: seth@rtsoft.com

Note: We answer ALL (legible and non insane) questions, so if you don't receive a reply within a week, please check that your return address is correct and working and re-send it.

If you're asking for a "quick skype call to show you what our advertising/social platform can do", please don't bother! Just link the relevant information instead.

For press/review sites:

Need a copy of our software to review or have some questions? Drop us a line!

RTsoft Video policy (for youtube, etc):

We encourage our users to make videos using RTsoft game content, such as playthrough or instruction videos or SFM movies. We are fine with publishing these videos to your website or YouTube or similar video sharing services. We're not fine with taking assets from our games (e.g. voice, music, items) and distributing those separately.

Use of our content in videos must be non-commercial. By that we mean you can't charge users to view or access your videos. You also can't sell or license your videos to others for a payment of any kind.

You are free to monetize your videos via the YouTube partner program and similar programs on other video sharing sites. Please don't ask us to write YouTube and tell them its fine with us to post a particular video using RTsoft content. It's not possible to respond to each such request. Point them to this page.

Of course this policy applies only to RTsoft content. If you include someone else's content in your video, such as music, you will have to get permission from the owner.

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