BKLYN Bit Labs Founded

B eginning today, January 3rd 2013, a new player in mobile games has been founded in Brownstone Brooklyn. Having been stewing for years, the idea has finally taken form with the name BKLYN Bit Labs, LLC.

BKLYN Bit Labs, the brainchild of co-founders Daniel Kellner and Colin Andrew Ferm, was founded with the idea of bringing creative and exciting games to mobile devices, capitalizing on both players unsatiable appetite for unique, casual experiences and the easy market entry.

With a half-dozen mobile apps already under their belts, founders Daniel Kellner and Colin Andrew Ferm are primed to bring great games to both the iOS and Android platforms. Sharing over thirty years of combined experience, they believe that the next generation of games they will create will change the mobile gaming landscape.

More to be announced soon!

About BKLYN Bit Labs
BKLYN Bit Labs is a game studio with over 35 years of combined development experience creating web and mobile monetization platforms across a number of industries currently focused on building outstanding mobile games that will draw their own audiences.

About Our Founders
Colin Ferm started his career during the 1990′s working on the Hot Coco website for the Contra Costa Times. He later went on to work at Wired, GovWorks (part of Startup.com) and TheStreet.com. Colin was a founding partner of 42 Solutions, LLC acting as the Senior Developer and Information Architect. Since helping found 42 Solutions, LLC in 2001, Colin has consulted at such diverse companies as Cablevision Systems Corporation, Klutz Toys and Edison Properties, LLC.

Daniel Kellner was named as a partner in 42 Solutions, LLC in 2007 acting as the Senior Interface Designer and Information Architect. He started his design career in the Creative Services & Marketing Department of the Marvel Entertainment Group while earning a B.A. in American History at Columbia University. Daniel then joined Bullseye Art, Ltd. where he served as the Senior Flash Developer and won an ID Design Silver Medal as well as two Daytime Emmy Nominations for Achievement in Main Title Design. He is also an Olympian, captain of the 2004 U.S. Olympic Men’s Foil Team, a seven-time member of the U.S. National Fencing Team, the 2004 U.S. Men’s Foil National Champion and was formerly ranked 1st in the U.S. and 10th in the world.