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Submitted by themultitap 939d ago | podcast

Clark Developer: Annoyed with state of mobile games

For today's podcast theMulticast all had the better idea to not drink ourselves silly. Problem is, you really would not notice it. Felix from Golden Tricycle brings his great game, Clark with him today. CLARK is a grid-based 3D puzzle adventure game for OUYA and will later also be ported to mobile devices, PC and Mac. It combines complex spatial puzzles with arcade style action and an adventurous storyline. The charm of Clark comes from its humor and the joy it brings. Felix represents that well on this show. So sit back and have a drink on us, since theMulticast did not. (Casual games, CLARK, Dev, iPhone, Mobile, Ouya)

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