Dan Teasdale leaves Twisted Pixel
Twisted Pixel designer Dan Teasdale is moving on to (presumably) greener pastures. Today marks his last day at Twisted Pixel, Teasdale noted on Twitter. "I honestly thought something incredibly unique and amazing would have to come out of left field for me to even consider leaving," writes Teasdale. It would appear that just such an opportunity has arisen, though he's not sharing what it is just yet, saying only that "it's a shift in what I've been doing for the past 15 years."

Teasdale plans to take a break before his next venture begins, relaxing on a "Great American Road Trip" and working on his bizarre, recently Kickstarted app, Super Drake Tracker 2000 EX. The app tracks the flight status of Harmonix director of communication and brand management, John Drake. It also allows users to buy Drake a Diet Coke. The project originally sought $550, but went on to raise over $10,000.

For his part, Drake feels "weirdly responsible" for Teasdale's departure.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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