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Submitted by DominicTarason 716d ago | interview

Indie Game Magazine: Nightmares Made Reality - An Interview With Amon26

Twitter has been abuzz with talk of Amon26 lately – a quiet, solo indie developer who has built something of a reputation on the back of a series of deeply atmospheric horror/action games. While work continues apace on his newest and biggest release – Arrapha – times are tough, and money has become tight enough to threaten future development work. Almost instantly, some of the most influential speakers in the indie development scene lent their support. We decided to have a talk with him too, and let him share his thoughts on horror, storytelling, development on a shoestring budget and Cactus’ nipples. (Amon26, Arrapha, Culture, Industry, PC)

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