Hi, my name is Richard Hart.

In a previous life, not to long ago… I built non-violent 2D and 3D video games for a company I founded called Ethical Entertainment. While technology can be engaging, it can also become all consuming, so I’m taking a break from running companies for a while and focusing on freelancing and spending more quality time with my family.

I am interested in working on Apps and interactive content/games for the iPhone and iPad (raw iPhone SDK and Cocos2D), especially if the revolve around kids, the environment, education, health and social change.

In addition to having almost 2 years of iPhone development experience now, I also have over a decade of teaching experience and currently run the iPhone and iPad courses at the British Columbia Institute of Technology.

I take on about 2-3 projects a year and want to work with people and organizations who have solid core values that are seeking to have a positive social impact.

Whether it’s helping to design games or simulations, building mobile apps or designing mobile curriculum and tutorials I may be able to help, so drop me a line and let’s chat. (dadgoesgreen[at]gmail.com) or call me on my cell at [604] 329-2850.

  1. Vi
    December 11, 2006 at 3:20 pm

    Hi Richard,

    Read about you in the NS News – I resoundingly applaud!!

    I’m a middle-aged female sometimes gamer (oh my GOD! do I really want anyone to know that???) with only a mild ability to stomach gore and I find the games options for both myself and my daughter very limited! I thought the DaVinci Code game would be perfect, but I had to blugeon a security guard with a metal pipe over and over again before I could make any progress. So I toasted the game. Why do I waste my time and money?

    Yup, I’m the girl that played D&D boardgames instead of studying my FORTRAN in the early ’80s. So thanks for this blog – I’ll be spending some of my time here.

    Wishing you all the best for you and your company.

  2. August 9, 2009 at 11:26 am

    Hello Richard,

    My name is Rafael Cordoba and I just want to encourage you to keep going with these Ethical Games. I’ve worked inside a school for 3 years as a Flash game developer and it was a great time.

    I had many ideas for games and teachers loved them because they were very instructive.

    Currently I live and work in Brazil and I just found your tutorials about Unity3D and Flash, it’s amazing, thank you SO MUCH, I am interested in this platform too.

    That is it!

    Peace, see you around.

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