Wednesday 7 September, 2011
SIF90, the winners of our very first 48 Hour Game-Making Challenge, have since parted ways, each following their own career trajectories in the games arena.
We brang them back to have an open panel chat prior to this year's 48 Hour Game-Making Challenge.
Tom Killen (of The Voxel Agents, creators of Train Conductor) and Luke Muscat (from Halfbrick Studio and lead designer on Fruit Ninja) talk about making games, going indie and everything in between.
Joining the boys was Henrik Pettersson, the Viking half of the team from QCA (The Sword Lady and The Viking), who won the 2010 Freeplay Best Design Award for Up-Down-Ready, and whose team were the overall winners at 2010's 48 Hour Game-Making Challenge.
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