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Submitted by nolander64 659d ago | interview

Indie Interview: A Hat in Time

Indie developer Mecha the Slag’s new title is focused on bringing fans of classic collectible-happy platformers into the twenty-first century with gorgeous art direction and innovative gameplay features, while still holding on to the traditional zaniness and pure fun of the genre. SpawnFirst had the chance to ask director Jonas Kaerlev a few quick questions about the game. (A Hat In Time, Dev, Indie, PC)

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