This episode of The Indie Game Riot Podcast we talk about:
– IGR at MAGFest (0:07:39)
– January Indie Box (0:10:02)
– 2015 Game Developers Conference (0:12:43)
– Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons acquired by 505 Studios (0:18:27)
– Mobile Devs make $10 Billion in 2014 (0:23:19)
– “Tengami”, a beautiful game within and pop-up book (0:38:35)
– A puzzle platformer inspired by the old-school called “Dragon Maze (0:46:04)
– A free game that breaks you down mentally and emotionally in “Presentable Liberty” (0:53:28)
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– MAGFest: http://magfest.org/
– January Indie Box: http://mbsy.co/indiebox/17210355
– Game Developers Conference: http://www.gdconf.com/
– Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons sold: http://bit.ly/1wnRhV4
– Mobile Devs make $10 Bil: http://aol.it/1J3jzNx
– Tengami: http://nyamyam.com/category/tengamigame
– Dragon Maze: http://felinearts.net/
– Presentable Liberty: http://bit.ly/1ukiNmu