Zoë Tiberius Quinn is an American video game developer, programmer and writer. They developed the interactive sci-fi game Depression Quest, which was released in 2013. In 2014, a blog post by Quinn's ex-boyfriend sparked the Gamergate controversy, in which Quinn was harassed extensively. The following year, Quinn co-founded Crash Override, a hotline and resource center for victims of online harassment.
|Born||1987 (age 32–33), United States|
|Other names||Zoë Tiberius Quinn|
|Occupation||Video game developer|
|Known for||Depression Quest|
Game developer and programmer who was the subject of the 2014 blogpost, written by her ex-boyfriend, that sparked the Gamergate controversy.
She grew up playing video games and started suffering from depression in her teens, which inspired her to create the game Depression Quest.
Following the extensive harassment she received from Gamergate, she helped found Cash Override, which eventually became part of the Online Abuse Prevention Initiative.
She grew up in New York state but later moved to Canada. She's had both an NTag216 chip and magnet implanted in her hand.
She and Anita Sarkeesian were both suffered from harassment as part of the Gamergate controversy.
Victims of cyberbullying. Video game artist. Independent video game developers. American expatriates in Canada. LGBT artists from the United States. American video game designer