So far, Happion Laboratories is a one-person company founded by Jamie Fristrom, but he works with many cool people to make games, such as: Paul Whitehead, Tomo Moriwaki, Teo Acosta, Steve Manale, Brian Luzietti, Ivan Neveu, and Jamie's daughters.
Who is Jamie Fristrom?
My biggest bragging right: I was a programmer, technical director and designer (and the second employee) at Treyarch, instrumental in helping it grow to the juggernaut it is today, but of all I did there I'm most proud of inventing the dynamic, physical swinging system in Spider-Man 2...loved even by Zero Punctuation! Spider-Man 2 has made a lot of top-games lists and was nominated for Excellence in Gameplay Engineering by the AIAS.
After Treyarch I was partner, technical director, and designer at Torpex Games where, with help from Richard Garfield, I invented the game Schizoid--"The Most Co-Op Game Ever"--available on Xbox Live Arcade. Schizoid was in the PAX 10 and nominated for both Best Original Game and Best Co-Op in the XBLA awards.
I also wrote the "Manager in A Strange Land" column for Gamasutra and I think I hold the world record for writing game development post-mortems in Gamasutra and *Game Developer* magazine. I was also on the committee for the IGDA Leadership Forum for several years.
And ... here's a bunch of the games I've made represented visually: