Rajat Kumar

Student. Programmer. iOS Developer. Nerd.

These are some of my recent projects and work experiences:


During the summer of 2013, I interned as a Mobile Game Developer at Disney Mobile. I was part of the team that built the Star Wars: Tiny Death Star game.

Tiny Death Star is a fun new game where you build the largest, most destructive space station in the galaxy. You get to live life on the dark side and join Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader on a mission to attract Galactic bitizens, run intergalactic businesses, and build an all-new Death Star.

The game recently won the Best Mobile Sim Game of 2013 award from IGN.

It is available for download on iOS, Android and Windows Phone here.

TDS Screenshot 1 TDS Screenshot 2

Coursemate is an app for college students that helps them find a student, at their school, who they may contact for course related questions or with requests to do homework together or studying for an exam together.

The app makes it very easy to add one's own courses and also to search for other students. A .edu email address is required at sign up and a user can only access and search profiles of students who are in the same college.

Read more at coursemateapp.com

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Our Microsoft Imagine Cup entry, WeAssist, is a Windows Phone 8 app that lets users send out help requests to friends as well as nearby people. This project qualified as one of the top three finalists of Microsoft Imagine Cup U.S. Finals 2013 in World Citizenship Software category.

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You can browse my other projects in my portfolio.

“We all die. The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will.”Chuck Palahniuk