Generocity: How this West Philly startup drives change with video games

Tony Abraham of, a news website focused on social change and entrepreneurship, covered Skyless Game Studios and our work. Tony particularly covered our game City Hall, writing: “If you’ve got problems with the way your city is managed, why don’t you do it yourself? An upcoming game from Skyless Game Studios will let you do just […]

Forbes 30 Under 30 2016: Games

Skyless Game Studios co-founder and CTO, Arad Malhotra, was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for 2016 in the Games category. This is a prestigious honor highlighting the uniqueness of Skyless’ work as well as Arad’s personal contributions to our mission. Check out the full list here:

PhillyVoice: Skyless Games to release ‘Sim City’-like game based on Philly open data

PhillyVoice’s Brandon Baker covered our game City Hall. His article is all about how we intend to give people a unique, realistic glimpse into municipal government. About the our work he wrote: “video games aren’t particularly well-known for their social impact merits, but University City-based studio Skyless Games hopes to change that perception.” He then hit the […]

16IACC: Video game for anti-corruption training

While Arad was at the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference, held this year in Malaysia, he had a chance to sit down with Rajneesh Bhandari and talk about Follow the Money. Take a look at the video here:

Walnut St Labs: Skyless Games

I recently spoke at a West Chester based incubator called Walnut St Labs. They filmed the event and interviewed me about our work at Skyless. Watch the video here:

My New Philly: Kite and Key TECH (Skyless)

Jess Smith of an awesome up and coming website here in Philadelphia,, spoke to Arad and me in her segment Kite and Key. We chatted about Skyless, our games, and social entrepreneurship. Take a look at the video here:

The Urban Technology Project celebrates the completion of Game Camp

The Urban Technology Project, who worked with us mentoring students at the School of the Future, published a write-up about our work teaching young people how to make video games. Take a look at their write-up here: