Presto Veteran's Chameleon JumpSuit installed in University library

UC San Diego alums donate game prop

A mock up of the Chameleon JumpSuit from the third Journeyman Project game has been installed as an exhibit at the UC San Diego’s Science & Engineering Library.

Michel Kripalani, Greg Uhler, and Farshid Almassizadeh, who formed the now defunct Presto Studios, are all graduates of UC San Diego, and decided to donate the suit to the library as a way of thanking the University for its role in their success.

“We are thrilled to have found an ideal home for the Chameleon JumpSuit from our ‘The Journeyman Project: Legacy of Time’ videogame,” said CEO and president of Presto Studios, Michel Kripalani. “This is our way of giving something back to UC San Diego, as a way to thank the university for helping us develop the skills that we needed to launch and run a successful, independent video game studio.”

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