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Toronto Thumbs Preview: Sound Shapes

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"Jonathan Mak is serious about making video games. Just talk to him for a few minutes and you’ll literally envision his passion and tenacity to learn and improve. Back in 2007, Mak created an award-winning game called Everyday Shooter (through his development company Queasy Games), a PlayStation 3/PC music shooting hybrid that won much acclaim for its innovative design and tight game mechanics. Since then he has worked on ten game prototypes with musician Shaw-Han Liem (who goes by the alias I am Robot and Proud) in Toronto, but unfortunately none of them have worked the way that Mak wanted them to. There are many developers out there who strive for excellence, but very few create what Mak creates: dreams, aspirations, and the heady sensation of floating on air." (PS Vita, Sound Shapes)

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