Sherman Chin is the founder of Sherman3D, the game development company that worked on over 20 game titles worldwide since 2003 including popular hits like Scribblenauts (published Warner Bros.), Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo (published Activision) and Drawn To Life (published by THQ). Sherman created his own intellectual property, Alpha Kimori, which he initially coded as a 3D tech demo for the Butterfly.net supercomputing grid, which was showcased at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in 2003. Sherman continued Alpha Kimori as a 2D JRPG that was then featured on the OnLive cloud gaming service for PC, Mac, TV, and mobile. Alpha Kimori was subsequently player voted by popular demand into the largest digital distribution platform for games, Steam.
Sherman graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Computing from the University of Portsmouth, UK, and was the recipient of the 2002 International Game Developers Association scholarship. He also won in the Venture 2002 competition by McKinsey & Company. Sherman later worked as a game producer in Japan, as a project manager in Canada, as a COO in Malaysia and is currently the external examiner for the games design course at LimKokWing University and a game industry consultant for the Gerson Lehrman Group providing advisory services for international investors. Sherman continues to work on the Alpha Kimori series of games that was selected to be showcased in the Indie Games Area at Tokyo Game Show 2015.