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Submitted by Buff1044 679d ago | interview

Dream Of Pixels Interview With Dawn Of Play's Ziga Hajdukovic

Chris Buffa (Modojo): The mark of any great puzzle game, especially one containing Tetrominos, is the ability for players to see those falling shapes at all times, even with their eyes closed. Not only do they think about fitting these pieces together in their free time, they also dream of doing it. Outside of Tetris, nowhere is this more evident on smartphones and tablets than Dawn of Play's Dream of Pixels, an outstanding iPhone and iPad puzzler that takes the Tetris formula and literally flips it upside down. On that note, we caught up with developer Ziga Hajdukovic to find out where the concept came from, and what plans the team has for the future. (Dream of Pixels, iPad, iPhone)

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