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Submitted by dan958 478d ago | interview

Inside The Mind Of An Indie Developer: Lucky Red Fish

Ordinary Gamer are proud to present a look inside the mind of an indie developer. This series is a number of interviews we have completed with a number of indie game developers to try and get an idea about what they have to go though to make these games that we all love and play – love to play.
Many of these indie developers are working by themselves, doing everything. Art, coding, music – you name it, they did it. In this day and age we take for granted all the hard work that goes into developing games, we have become spoiled by the big named companies banging out game after game, year after year. This series will follow the small development team, with big idea’s and a ton of hard work.
The first developer we will be talking to is Patricia Curtis of Lucky Red Fish who is currently developing a puzzle game called Monkey Mofo, which is still currently in development so you cannot purchase it just yet, but we will keep you posted on when you can! (Dev)

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