Vítor Eduardo teaches programming with Stencyl. Known as “Luyren” in the community, he has continuously used Stencyl since its closed beta test in 2009. Focused on recreating game mechanics of 2D games from the 16 and 32-bit era, he has created several Stencyl resources available to the public, providing customizable and ready-to-use code, enabling more people to create games. He also has a video series explaining specific or advanced Stencyl concepts, as well as tutorials on the resources he has created. He has a Master’s Degree in Music Performance in Violin, has performed as a violinist in orchestras in the USA and Brazil, and taught music to kids and teenagers at the South Georgia String Project, showing that game development is accessible to people of any age, from any background.