Top 100 Women in Games: Anna Marsh

Starting out making Quake conversations as part of her university studies, Marsh broke into the industry with a role at Sony’s Camden Studio working as a junior game designer on PS1 games.

Marsh is proud of working on big titles like Tomb Raider Anniversary and Alien: Isolation, but says she is most proud of having set up the mobile studio Lady Shotgun and shipping the firm’s first title Buddha Finger.

Marsh, alongside other members of Lady Shotgun, went onto form Tickity Boom, which has begun to gather momentum in just a few months as part of a Microsoft Ventures Accelerator.

Aimed at creating titles for the older female demographic, Marsh describes the firm’s first title, The Antiques Affair, as like a grown-up Pokmon meets The Antiques Roadshow”.

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