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Submitted by Lavalamp 588d ago | news

Broken Age designed to conserve memory but still look pretty across all devices

Developing Broken Age simultaneously for older and current platforms — both desktop and mobile — was a difficult challenge for the game's development team, according to Double Fine Productions' lead programmer Oliver Franzke. (Android, Broken Age, iPad, iPhone, PC)

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