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Submitted by SeekDev 789d ago | article

Life after Dyad: Are indie games all grown up now?

Critics say that hallucinogenic racer Dyad defies experimental expectations by offering a "pure arcade" experience. What does this mean for the future of independent video games? (Dyad, flOw, Industry, Journey, PC, pixel junk, PS3, PSP, Right Square Bracket Left Square Bracket, Super Meat Boy, thatgamecompany, Xbox 360)

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