Posts tagged with "developer"

Interview with Indie Developer Andy Esser

Interview with Indie Developer Andy Esser
When you were nine years old did you know what you wanted to do with your life? Had you ever even thought about it? If you did, are you now doing what you thought you would be? Well, if you’re indie developer Andy Esser you not only knew what you wanted to do, but were already teaching yourself the skills you’d need for your future career. Currently working on two games that tackle loss in very different ways, I was able to get some insight... 

Interview with Katharine Neil – Developer of Alone in the Park

Interview with Katharine Neil – Developer of Alone in the Park
When I sat down in the downstairs room of a crowded London bar on a cold September night to play Alone in the Park I had no idea what to expect. I was handed a horizontal iPad, split into two sections like the pages of a book. On one side was an empty page and on the right was an image. As I started clicking on items in the picture and adding words to the story on the empty page I started to fall in love with the story I was being presented with.... 

Fix Fix Bang Bang Developer Interview

Fix Fix Bang Bang Developer Interview
Most games feature a single fixed fixed perspective, a single gameplay style, a single game played at a time. Most games however are not developed by indie development company Surprised Man. Their newest game, Fix Fix Bang Bang, challenges two players on one keyboard to work together as a team. One player controls a spacecraft, avoiding bullets and shooting down enemies, while the other is inside the ship fighting enemies that manage to board, making... 

Fist Puncher Preview

Fist Puncher Preview
Indie game developers Team2Bit, winners of IGN‘s The Next Game Boss, recently finished their Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the development of their new game Fist Puncher for PC and Xbox Live Indie Games. The game is a “retro-styled, side scrolling beat ‘em up” in which players control one of a team of vigilantes to get through a series of levels by punching, kicking, using special attacks and utilising weapons dropped... 

Interview with Developer Experimental Gamer (Updated)

Interview with Developer Experimental Gamer (Updated)
As a long time fan of retro Nintendo RPGs I’ve often wondered why more genres never got the Japanese style RPG treatment. One of the genres I had long given up hope of seeing made into an RPG was the Wild West genre. I have been lucky enough to interview Ben Rubach and Dave Welch from Experimental Gamer, developers of the newly announced Wild West RPG Boot Hill Heroes. We discussed Kickstarter, what makes their campaign different, their inspirations... 
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