Alexander Seropian was the initial founder, President and CEO of Bungie Studios. Seropian left Bungie in 2004 and, along with other ex-Bungie employees, went on to create Wideload Games, another game company.
Wideload's first project is Stubbs the Zombie in "Rebel Without a Pulse", a bizarre 3D-Action-adventure, where the player takes control of the zombie Stubbs. Rebel Without a Pulse features black humor, innovative gameplay and an exciting story line. It uses a heavily modified version of the Halo-game engine. It was published in fall 2005 for Macintosh, Windows-PCs, and Xbox.
- Gnop! - Programmer, Artist
- Operation: Desert Storm - Programmer, Publisher
- Marathon - Music & Sounds, Scenario Design, Damage & Spin
- Halo: Combat Evolved - Executive Producer
- Halo 2 - Special Thanks
In the Halo universe, a building called The Seropian is a reference to Alex.
- Wideload Games Inc.
- Composer profile at OverClocked ReMix
- "Interview: Bungie's Alexander Seropian" Inside Mac Games: Deniz, Tuncer (Dec. 10, 2001)
- "Wideload Interview" IGN: Butts, Steve (Apr. 26, 2004)
- "Interview with Alex Seropian" Eigenhat.com: Hardgrove, Craig (Oct. 27, 2004)
- "Interview: Alex Seropian, Founder, Wideload Games" Chicagoist: (Jun. 20, 2005)
- "Wideload Games' Alexander Seropian on Outsourcing for the Living Dead" Gamasutra: Wen, Howard (Sep. 29, 2005)