Meet the adventurers who make up the Wild Wits tribe

The team

The idea of Aetheris started in the mind of Corto Laly, who was able to quickly surround himself with essential people for the realization of the game.
From the graphic identity to the narration and the game design, nothing is left to chance.

Corto Laly

Founder & Creative Director

A former pro gamer, Corto has been developing the Aetheris universe for years.

François de la Taste

Technical Director & Game Designer

Trained as an engineer, François programs the game and orchestrates the workflow of the team.

Guy-Pascal Vallez

Art director

A well-known illustrator, Guy-Pascal (alias Gax) gives Wild Wits games their unique graphic style.

Nicolas Gaborel

Composer & Developer

Musician, vocalist, composer, and computer scientist, Nicolas creates soundtracks and ambiances for Wild Wits games.

Astrid Stérin

Narrative director

Novelist and consultant in creative writing, Astrid develops the universe of Wild Wits games and their narration.

Yseult Gouachon

Narrative designer

Former publisher, Yseult always had a passion for writing. She develops the narrative elements of the games with her unique richness.

Tristan Roué

2D Animator

Expert in animation, Tristan gives life to the characters and the scenery.

Roxane Pavard

Assistant animator

Roxane is a master student in animation. She is a fan of the Alien saga and has a passion for mangas !

Tom Ory

UX/UI Designer

Fond of drawing and fond of Japan, Tom is pursuing a Master’s degree in Digital Strategy.

Julie Cellier

Game Designer / Level Designer

Currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Game Design, Julie is responsible for designing levels and balancing their difficulty.

Romain Belan

Responsable administratif

Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in accouting and administration, Romain brings order to our creative chaos.

Our office

The Quadrium

The WILD WITS GAMES team has the great honour to be based in the incubator of the QUADRIUM in Rennes Metropol.

By bringing together numerous players of the social and solidarity economy, the QUADRIUM sets itself as a space dedicated to meetings and exchanges.