Developer Interview: Mystery Corgi

May 30, 2015

Today’s Game Developers Like You interview is with Mystery Corgi – real name Morgana – a 23 year old developer making games in northern California. Q: For starters, what do you do? A: I’m a gaming-centric artist, musician, writer, and programmer. I prefer to write scripts and stories for games, but I occasionally do logos,…

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