Alex Seropian is an American game developer. His first game, Gnop!, was self-published, selling around 2,500 copies. He then formed a partnership with former classmate, Jason Jones, to publish Jones’s nearly complete Minotaur: The Labyrinths of Crete. In 1991, the two formed a partnership and founded their own video game company, Bungie, publishing Jones’s nearly complete Minotaur: The Labyrinths of Crete. Seropian served as CEO as Bungie continued to be successful and published the titles Pathways into Darkness, Marathon, and Halo, which sold over 4 million copies.
In 2002, Seropian left Bungie and two years later founded his own studio called Wide load Games. Wide load produced two games, 2005’s Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse and 2008’s Hail to the Chimp. On September 8, 2009 Disney acquired Wide load. Seropian joined Disney to head its in-house game development team, Disney Interactive Studios. Yet again in 2012, Seropian left Disney and founded a studio named Industrial Toys. The company specializes in mobile games and released its first title, Midnight Star, in February 2015.