HobbyGameDev Blog is turning into the GameDevsLikeYou Podcast

Jun 22, 2015

You can find future interviews (a great first one is posted there already!) at GameDevsLikeYou.com, by subscribing to the official podcast page on iTunes, or subscribing via RSS. In just a few minutes here’s some information about the transition:     Also, as one additional bit of news on the horizon, I’m starting a new…

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