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Submitted by JBedford 996d ago | article

Clay Jam: Behind The Scenes With Fat Pebble

John Bedford (Modojo): Earlier this month, Zynga published a new type of game on the App Store titled Clay Jam. Constructed entirely from colorful stop-animation clay models, Clay Jam has enjoyed a high position in the App Store charts since release.

By good fortune, in turns out that developer Fat Pebble's offices are located just a stone's throw away from Modojo's UK home in Brighton, England. We decided to pay the team a visit to talk about their experience of creating and releasing Clay Jam, working with Zynga, and the future plans of developers Iain Gilfeather, Mike Movel and Chis Roe. (Android, Clay Jam, iPad, iPhone)

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