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Interview: Cheeky Sprites Nigel Mosely on The Secret Cove, Cornwall and a potential console release

Sean Davies from HeyUGuys Gaming writes: Cornwall holds a special place in my memories. Family holidays in the sun. Camping out under the stars. Having my first Cornish ale in a quaint country pub. It is a beautiful part of the UK, with gorgeous vistas almost everywhere you look and seems to have its own set of rules where everything passes at a leisurely and relaxed pace – So, when I spotted a teaser of The Secret Cove, a point-and-click adventure set in Cornwall, thanks to the #ScreenshotSaturday twitter tag, it immediately piqued my attention.

Nigel Mosely, the Lead Designer behind The Secret Cove took some time out of his busy schedule to talk to us about the game, its development and life in the Cheeky Sprite studio. (Android, Cheeky Sprite Stuidos, iPad, iPhone, PC, PS3, PS4, The Secret Cove, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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