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Submitted by xeroxeroxero 921d ago | interview

Creator of banned Endgame: Syria title talks ethics, inspirations, and Apple's App Store policies

Pocket Gamer's Peter Willington writes: "On a cold Bristolian winter evening under the cover of darkness, I met up with Tomas Rawlings of Auroch Digital, the company behind the ambitious gamification project Game The News. The latest Game The News title from the seven-man Bristol-based studio, Endgame: Syria, had just been rejected from the App Store for contravening one of Apple's App Store policies.

I spoke with Tomas about the status of the Game The News project; the unique ethical quandaries raised by the subjects his games cover; inspirations for the project; and his stance on the App Store's terms and conditions". (Endgame Syria, Mobile)

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