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Kentucky Route Zero And Cardboard Computer Featured In Issue 31 On Sale Now

"The Indie Game Festival Awards are at the end of this month and in this issue we talk with Cardboard Computer about their grand prize nominated game, Kentucky Route Zero. There’s also a hands-on preview of Kentucky Route Zero Act I along with other previews such as Path of Exile. Read reviews of Skulls of the Shogun, Antichamber, Primal Carnage and Croizleur. Other feature articles include Comedy in indie games, and interview with Sakevisual about Yousei, Symmetry in Game Design, and an Editorial on the Land of Indie. Stay up to date with the indie game scene by grabbing this issue of the indie game magazine." - Mike Gnade (Indie, Kentucky Route Zero, PC, Skulls of the Shogun)

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