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Submitted by BIoodmask 2397d ago | interview

ACG Interview: WRF Studios Bill Fisher

William R. Fisher may not be a name instantly recognizable by adventure game fans-his initials, however, may be. He is founder of WRF Studios, a small game company named after his own initials, and an independent adventure game developer working more or less in solo on his own games. He is the author of Last Half of Darkness: Shadows of the Servant (2005) and Last Half of Darkness: Beyond the Spirit's Eye (2007).

ACG is honored to have an opportunity to learn more from William R. Fisher, who prefers to be called Bill Fisher, about his career and his games. In the interview, Fisher shares his thoughts on the challenges of being an indie game developer, the inspiration behind his own games, what gamers can expect from the latest Last Half of Darkness sequel, and what more to be expected from him in the future. (Dev, Last Half of Darkness, PC)

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