GameSpot Reports: Indie Game Development
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Danny attempts to operate a successful mine while under attack from an army of Maggie Thatcher monsters.Posted Apr 11, 2013 | 6:58 | 1,477 Views
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- Mar 25, 2012
GameSpot AU's Laura Parker speaks to Super Meat Boy developers Team Meat and the filmmakers behind Indie Game: The Movie about the highs and lows of indie game development.
Great short game but a bit frustrating sometimes when you struggle how to solve some puzzles. Certainly worth playing, check pc demo here http://dontpayforgames.com/games/adventure/limbo/ before buying though since it is one of these games that some love and the others hate. I believe there are also demo versions for xbox and ps3 (xbox live and ps network).
This is a really interesting article, especially for someone who is looking at becoming an indie dev themselves. I desperately want to see the movie.