Bedrooms, boardrooms, and chicken farms: where the world's best indie games get made

Ben Kuchera: Whenever I visit a developer, I always ask for a tour. Games aren't wished into existence; real people who hang out in real places create the titles we play, and I like to see where that happens. Unfortunately, the office buildings all begin to blend together. They're often dark spaces, they're often covered with action figures and other pieces of geek ephemera, and you'll often see some sad sack developer sleeping under a desk.

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MultiConsoleGamer2501d ago (Edited 2501d ago )

I love the indie game scene. I play a ton of homebrew and indie video games.