Lual Mayen, CEO of Junub Games, says that before he taught himself how to code at a refugee camp, "I never thought video games were made by people. I thought they just fall from heaven." Catie Dull/NPR hide caption toggle caption Catie Dull/NPR Goats and Soda A Kid In A Refugee Camp Thought Video Games Fell From Heaven. Now He Makes Them December 11, 2019 Lual Mayen grew up in a camp in Uganda. Now he's the award-winning CEO of a game development company in Washington, D.C., that has just released 'Salaam' — a game about refugees and peace.