We visited Tale of Tales team Auriea Harvey and Michaël Samyn at their home/studio in Gent, Belgium last November. In this clip they discuss prototyping their games.
We visited Mike Bithell at his studio where he is working on his new game 'Volume'. In this clip Mike talks about the struggle of trying to balance story and gameplay while developing 'Thomas Was Alone'.
Spoiler Alert! Beware -- there are heavy spoilers about the end of TWA.
An outtake from our forthcoming Kickstarter video. Also perfectly captures our current emotional state.
Introducing the talented AIE students who created the stunning Dive VFX short. The team talk about their roles and the process for creating a short VFX film.
Sean talks about the ZVR GDC Demo Prototype and what Lucid VR plans for the future Kickstarter Campaign.
We interview the talented Andy Garner-Flexner, a Production Assistant at Cartoon Network that works on the awesome show Adventure Time! This video was created as a reward spotlight for the beautiful Adventure Knight Poster tier as part of our Grapple Knight kickstarter campaign which can be found below:
Andy goes over his process for creating the amazing watercolour Super A3 poster as well as outlining what makes each poster truly unique and limited. If anyone out there is interested in getting their hands on more of Andy's work, you can find some here:
A short video to introduce myself and to say thankyou for your support.
Kamil was invited to speak to students at Polytechnic West about Android development and The Legacy of Barubash.
He covers Android memory and what students should focus on to begin work in the game industry.
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Former Sega-turned-indie developers, Witch Beam, discuss the details of their upcoming twin-stick shooter, Assault Android Cactus.
In this interview, they give us the scoop on how they plan on implementing their (current) PC-only game onto next generation consoles and the PlayStation Vita.
They also discuss how difficult it was to get their game onto the "post-restrictive" Wii U eShop and dish their current thoughts on the Xbox One's recent efforts to attract independent developers.
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