Isabelle Santin

She/Her/Hers, They/Them/Theirs

Meet the rest of the team

Polly May

Polly May (she/her) is a games development student from England. She is passionate about level and UX design, and aspires to change the video game industry from the ground up. She contributes critical insights to the CFS product development process.

Jose Santin

Jose Santin (he/him) is a software engineer from Madison, Wisconsin. He has been writing and designing software solutions professionally since 1998 and has been a contributor to CFS projects since its inception.

Jose Alfredo

Jose Alfredo (he/him) is an informatic engineering student from Spain. He specializes in modifying all kinds of games, and doesn't shy away from crazy new ideas. Often, he finds himself helping Isabelle with early product testing.

Eli Santin

Eli Santin (he/him) is a high-school student from Madison, Wisconsin. He made important early contributions and continues to provide input on CFS projects & endeavors.

A Word on Authenticity

I am wholly committed to ensuring that every aspect of the Chosen Few Software brand, including messaging and communications, is always authentic. Uncompromised honesty and integrity are required to build mutual trust with our fans and customers, so I've put much thought and effort into building a way for you to independently challenge this commitment when your trust must be earned.

Where we communicate

Official Chosen Few Software communications will always, ALWAYS come from these select few places online, listed below.

Email

General inquiry: info@chosenfewsoftware.com
Personal / B2B: isabelle@chosenfewsoftware.com
Social media related: social@chosenfewsoftware.com
Voices blog: voices@chosenfewsoftware.com

Social media

Patreon: ChosenFewSoftware (check URL!!)
YouTube: @chosenfewsoftware
Twitter: @chosenfewsoft
Facebook: ChosenFewSoftware (check URL!!)

What to do if someone online claims to be me

via Email:

Starting July 20th, 2023, all emails sent from the addresses listed adjacent include a digitally signed copy of the message body as the first attachment.

  1. Double check the file extension on the attachment. It MUST be ".txt.asc"
  2. DO NOT DOWNLOAD THE FILE OTHERWISE!
  3. Upload the attachment to this page using the input field to the right.
  4. Click the "Verify" button and read the modal message that appears.
  5. The message MUST match the the body of the email you recieved. If this does not apply, report the email as spam and do not reply.
  6. A green checkmark should have also appeared at the top of the modal. If this does not apply, report the email as spam and do not reply.
  7. Otherwise, you are definitively communicating with the real, authentic me! Yay!

via Instant Message:

  1. Use the safe phrase: "is you a bell?" (a play on "Isabelle").
  2. Wait no longer than 2 minutes for a file attachment. Do not communicate further with this actor if it never arrives.
  3. Double check the file extension on the attachment. It MUST be ".txt.asc", DO NOT DOWNLOAD THE FILE OTHERWISE!
  4. Upload the attachment to this page using the input field to the right.
  5. Click the "Verify" button and read the modal message that appears.
  6. The message MUST contain your username/handle AND the current date. Do not communicate further with this actor if this does not apply.
  7. A green checkmark should have also appeared at the top of the modal. Do not communicate further with this actor if this does not apply.
  8. Otherwise, you are definitively communicating with the real, authentic me! Yay!

Verify a digitally signed message