We are a video game and animation studio based out of Dallas, Texas. Little Grim Entertainment was established with one goal in mind, to tell engaging stories with compelling characters through video games and animated shows. 


With animation, we’ve observed there is a general perception that it is either only for kids, or adult comedies like South Park, Family Guy, Rick and Morty, etc. There’s really not a lot of content that would fit in the middle, at least not in the U.S. Our perspective is that animation is simply a tool to tell a great story, something that countries like Japan have really adapted to and made up to be an incredibly lucrative industry. With streaming networks like Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu embracing anime, and its general popularity in the US, we believe we’re starting to see a public outcry for action/adventure animation with more adult themes. In short our mission, is to start exploring that middle ground and to develop animated shows that have the heart, humor, and strong character development of others like Avatar: The Last Airbender, Voltron, and Niko and the Sword of Light; but also aren’t afraid to dive into more themes.


Our approach with games is to treat them as we would our animated shows, focusing on creating strong and diverse worlds, with rich characters and the stories around them. These stories will engage the players and draw them into the world, and compelling gameplay will keep them there.


Jeff has worked in the entertainment industry for well over a decade. He started his career at Gearbox Software, working on titles such as: Duke Nukem Forever, Aliens: Colonial Marines, and Borderlands 2. He also worked for Escalation Studios (now Bethesda Dallas) on the VR ports for Skyrim and Fallout 4. 

In addition to working on AAA games, Jeff has also worked in the animation industry during his time at Reel FX Animation studios. He studied 3D animation and modeling at the online school, AnimSchool. He’s also studied Screenwriting, Audio Engineering, C++/Blueprinting, and Acting.

Jeff’s primary passion is storytelling. Creating many vast worlds, full of memorable characters is his life’s goal. This passion lead him to forming Little Grim Entertainment in September of 2019.


Even before the events of COVID-19, Jeff Giron firmly believed a studio could grow and thrive being completely remote. After the outbreak, it became more essential for studios to have an infrastructure that allowed them to maintain stable work conditions no matter what was going on in the world. As such, Little Grim Entertainment was founded on this principal and continues to find innovative ways to maintain an effective and completely remote studio.