Submitted by IanDeMartino 902d ago | interview

GameWoof interviews Get Set Games, creators of Mega Run and Mega Jump.

After releasing two simple games, Toronto based Get Set Games found pay dirt in the critical and commercial smash-hit Mega Jump. Not content to rest on their laurels, they impressed everyone by continuing to add more content years after its release. While Mega Run isn’t exactly a sequel, it is the spiritual successor and includes the same characters and art style. Already loved by media outlets big and small, Mega Run is set to be an even bigger hit. Andy Smith from Get Set Games took some time out of his day to talk about Mega Run, Freemium pay structures, the future of Get Set Games, and their interest in OUYA. (Android, Casual games, Get Set Games, iPad, iPhone, Mega Jump, Mega Run – Redford’s Adventure, Mobile, Ouya)

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