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Submitted by Technodrome 1131d ago | interview

Interview: Jake Kazdal, Skulls of the Shogun design lead and art director

Windows Phone Fans has conducted a quick interview with Jake Kazdal of 17-BIT, the creators of the turn-based strategy, Skulls of the Shogun. Jake told about his experiences with working on the game, his stance on Windows Phone as a gaming platform, and gave some hints as to what the future holds for Skulls of the Shogun and 17-BIT. (17 bit, Jake Kazdal, Mobile, PC, Skulls of the Shogun, Windows 8, Windows Phone 7, Xbox 360, Xbox LIVE)

Gamesauce  +   1131d ago
Takes quite some balls for them to work on so many different versions at the same time!
scottiec1227  +   1131d ago
I really hope this game does well, its quite ambitious.

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