Stefano Gualeni (Ph.D.) is a philosopher who designs digital games and a game designer who is passionate about philosophy. Among his best-known playable works are the digital games 'Tony Tough and the Night of Roasted Moths' (1997), 'The Horrendous Parade' (2012), and 'Something Something Soup Something' (2017). Stefano is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Digital Games (University of Malta) where he works in the intersections between continental philosophy and the design of virtual worlds. In summer, he is a Visiting Professor at the Laguna College of Art and Design (LCAD) in Laguna Beach, California. Regardless of his location on the planet, he uses virtual interactions as tools to practically experience and manipulate ideas, world-views, and thought-experiments.