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Submitted by RogueSmurf 864d ago | interview

Interview with Avernum developer Jeff Vogal CEO of Spiderweb Software - PCGMedia

For those of you who don’t know, there’s a little corner of Seattle, US, dedicated to creating massive RPGs. They won’t push your GTX680 to 70 degrees, and they won’t make your i7 scream for relief, but Spiderweb Software’s games will engage you in a way that no modern RPG could. Heavily engaging, and very descriptive, the games from this three-person studio have received silent acclaim on PC, and to a lesser extent on tablet devices. (Android, Avernum 6 HD, Avernum VI, Mobile, PC)

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