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Submitted by aprea 703d ago | interview

The Man Behind Cart Life – An Interview with Richard Hofmeier

Alex from DC writes: Despite being released in late 2011, Cart Life’s depiction of street cart vendors has taken everyone by surprise, culminating in the game’s greyscale overtones and funky 8-bit soundtrack being nominated for the Independent Games Festival’s Seumas McNally Grand Prize. With the winners for the IGF being revealed within the next few days, I decided to sit down with creator, Richard Hofmeier, to find out how it all came about. (PC)

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