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Submitted by JBedford 730d ago | interview

Hundreds Interview With Semi Secret Software's Adam Saltsman

John Bedford (Modojo): Earlier this month Semi Secret Software released Hundreds on the App Store. We gave this fascinating puzzle game 4.5 out of 5 stars in our review, and were left impressed by the complexity teased out from the simple underlying mechanics. We've since caught up with Adam Saltsman, co-creator of Hundreds and the man behind the game that kicked off the endless-runner craze, Canabalt.

Read on to discover what Saltsman makes of the proliferation of App Store runners, his future projects, and the ethical and design challenges introduced by free-to-play gaming. (Android, Canabalt, Hundreds, iPad, iPhone)

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