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\By MIKE REUTHER
Kevin Langdon likes to create games and introduce them to the world.
That's why he started up his new business, Buzzer Shot, at 114 S. Front St., Milton.
"I love to build and create products," he said.
Langdon said his bread and butter is casual mobile games.
"They are casual in the sense that they aren't hard-core games. They are on smart phones and targeted at the masses," he explained.
Langdon started his business in January.
But he's not a novice to business.
The Messiah College graduate and Hughesville native has been involved previously in business startups.
He was co-owner of Brightcove in Boston.
Langdon also launched a company called oobgolf.com, a statistics tracking program for golfers, a company he eventually sold to a Golf GPS manufacturer in Mississippi.
As part of the acquisition, he moved his family there for a year before eventually returning to Pennsylvania.
With Buzzer Shot, he's hoping to grow from a sole proprietorship.
"I hope to grow a team and eventually have a building," he said.
"I can build a game in two months and then have 200 million to 300 million people in app stores using them," he said.
Langdon said he chose to locate his business in Milton because it's halfway between his wife's and his hometown of Hughesville.
Entrepreneurship, he said, is in his blood.
Fields is a game he developed that he's hoping will be well received by customers.
He described it as something similar to Sudoku.
"It's a simple logic puzzle game," he said. (But) It can get complex."
The Buzzer Shot website is at www.buzzershot.com.