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Submitted by TheDCD 302d ago | interview

Five Questions With Doug Tennapel (Gamerhub)

The creator of Earthworm Jim and Skullmonkeys talks about his new project. (Armikrog., Doug TenNapel, PC, Wii U)

jagiii  +   302d ago
Great to see classic game developers getting a new shot with indie rise.
mudmax  +   301d ago
Agreed their jagiii. Glad to see Nintendo showing all the indie love. Thier looking set to be the indie King.
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creHEARTive  +   301d ago
great interview with Doug.

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