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Submitted by ChaosKnight 784d ago | interview

Sportsfriends Devs Talk Joys of Local Multiplayer, Minimalist Design, Kickstarter

Sportsfriends collects Johann Sebastian Joust, BaraBariBall, Hokra, and Pole Riders into a single unit, and each game is designed to be as social as possible. No single-player, no online components, just you and a group of friends having a blast in front of the TV. We had a chance to ask the developers a few questions about their games, and they were more than willing to go into courageous detail about all aspects of their games. (PS3, Sportsfriends)

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