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Inside The Indie Scene – July 2014

"Here on AMH, we have a heavy coverage of the AAA end of gaming, reviewing most AAA games and breathing in every wisp of news from events such as E3 or PAX. This is great, and appeals to them masses, however sometimes we forget the little guys, the Indies, the people in the gaming industry’s with the most creative ideas and freshest ideas. So to make up for our lack of Indie content, things are going to change. Kicking off with a feature where we cherry picked some of the who we think are the most interesting Indies of Melbourne to write a piece about who they are, their games and what lies ahead. So here is what they had to say." (Dev, Industry)

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