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To date, Jake has released two games: Emoji Escape, which was launched in December of last year and earned an Apple rating of 4+, and Emoji Go, released March 9, 2014 ."It is still an idea, but I want to work on it," Jake says with determination, glancing at his mom.Ever since he was a young boy, Jake says, he had a passion for programming, so he and a friend decided to try to teach themselves. His friend soon gave up, finding the challenge too daunting, but Jake continued to push forward. Instead, his father's name, Aziz El Mir, is listed.His father, who works in the field of informatics, insists he did not help Jake, and that his son taught himself by spending hours on his laptop.
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