Video game veteran RJ Mical has joined Fathammer as chief architect. Mical assumes the responsibility for designing the software architecture and development interface for Fathammer's mobile game engine, X-Forge. He will oversee the integration of third-party components as well as serve as a company spokesman and technology evangelist. Prior to joining Fathammer, Mical was vice president of software engineering at Red Jade. Mical is also credited with co-inventing the Atari Lynx handheld video game system and co-architecting the 3DO entertainment console. Over the years he has also developed more than 15 video games. RJ has a history of architecting groundbreaking video game platforms and a proven track record for innovation within the electronic entertainment industry, said Brian Bruning, CEO of Fathammer. We look forward to the creative vision he'll bring to our products and company.