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Submitted by SeekDev 975d ago | article

Postmortem: Crocodile Entertainment's Zack Zero

What happens when an indie team's ambition spirals out of control but the game doesn't connect with an audience at the end of the project? In this candid postmortem of Spanish-developed PlayStation 3 downloadable platform title Zack Zero, two developers who started with a small idea that grew and grew share their experiences. (Alberto Moreno, Carlos Abril, Crocodile Entertainment, Dev, Nacho Abril, PS3, Zack Zero)

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