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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 718d ago | interview

Goodbye Galaxy Games on Developing for Nintendo's Portable Systems

Nintendo Life: While we'd suggest that he doesn't necessarily get the attention he deserves, Hugo Smit — through his studio Goodbye Galaxy Games — delivered four notable DSiWare experiences. These have all been published by third-parties, but have each had merits and plenty of areas worthy of praise. Of particular note, Ace Mathician was the winner of the staff vote for our Nintendo Life "DSiWare Download of 2012" award, and the studio's final DSiWare title earned an impressive 8/10 in our Color Commando review. These titles are often typified by a playful sense of innovation, with the most recent efforts emphasizing puzzle aspects for good measure. (Culture, Goodbye Galaxy Games)

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