THFC is a tightly curated group of experienced members of the games industry that are able to make educated decisions about any investment opportunities presented to them, provide guidance and mentorship to the developers we sign and are passionate about helping independent creators to succeed.

Joining the THFC is by invitation only. If you'd like to know more or think you're a good fit for the group, contact us at

Andy Sum

Director at Hipster Whale

Andy is the co-founder of Hipster Whale, the studio responsible for the viral hit, Crossy Road. He also regularly creates experimental games such as GAME OF THE YEAR: 420BLAZEIT.

Scott Reismanis

Founder of the network

Scott is the founder of the DBolical network, which include, and Creating online communities for gamers is his jam.

Morgan Jaffit

Creative Director and Co-Founder of Defiant Development

Creative Director and Founder of Defiant Development, Morgan's focus is building great studios to create great games.

Alex Preston

Founder and Director at Heart Machine

Alex has been creating things since he could use a pencil and graph paper. His first commercial release was the award-winning Hyper Light Drifter. Spread your neon wings you sweet pixelated bastard!

Robert Bowling

Managing Director at BowlingHaus Ventures

Robert is a 15 year veteran in video game development and publishing. He has produced over 13 titles across all platforms and his projects have sold over 250 million copies worldwide, with $6 billion dollars sold.

Phil Fish

Co-creator of classic indie puzzle platformer FEZ and the retro-futuristic SUPERHYPERCUBE, Phil Fish is creative director at POLYTRON and co-collaborator with KOKOROMI. Reports of his death have been greatly exaggerated!

Britt Selvitelle

Britt Selvitelle is a computer scientist and activist. Most notable for his work on the founding team at Twitter, his current focus sits at the forefront of artificial intelligence, using technology to bridge language divides between species. He focuses his time and investments in animal welfare, drug policy reform, and indie games– particularly those with rich, personal storytelling