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Submitted by SeekDev 1051d ago | article

Indie Game: The Movie: An Honest and Important Look at Independent Game Development

A man sits hunched over his keyboard. It's some ungodly hour of the morning, and he sits, staring at his computer screen. He subsists on a steady diet of soda and coffee, and appears not to have seen the sun in weeks. He has no social life, though this is largely of his own design. He doesn't have time for people, because he has a game to finish. The strings of code that dominate his computer monitor might as well be gibberish to most, but to the figure slumped in his office chair, it's the foundation of a video game, one that he is furiously trying to finish in order to complete it by an important marketing deadline. (Dev, Edmund McMillen, Industry, Jonathan Blow, Phil Fish, Tommy Refenes)

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