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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 862d ago | interview

Thumb Arcade hopes to change mobile game discovery [interview]

It’s the very definition of a first world problem, but the amount of great mobile indie games out there is kind of overwhelming. Finding time for them is part of the issue, but locating them in the first place can prove just as troublesome. While the newly launched Thumb Arcade can’t help you with the former issue, it can most definitely help you with the latter. We recently spoke with head honcho Andy Rosic to learn what makes the site tick, as well as what users can expect from it in the days/months/years ahead. (Culture, Thumb Arcade)

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