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Submitted by gburns 419d ago | opinion piece

Cart Life: How a game made me a better person I Bag of Games

What do a coffee stand, divorce hearings, COPD, and selling newspapers have in common? Indie developer Richard Hofmeier’s Cart Life features them all. This “retail simulator” deals with more human situations and hard decisions than most blockbuster games. (Cart Life, Culture, PC)

ryandebraal  +   419d ago
It was much more than what I was expecting. Funny how indie developers are often able to provide more thought provoking experiences than most multi-million dollar corporations.

Good read!
MkaY  +   418d ago
This is the beauty of indie games. Big titles rarely (if ever) are able to capture emotion so well because they lack the courage to handle difficult issues.

I loved To The Moon because of that. Thanks for the article :)
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