GameDevsLikeYou Podcasts 8-15 Plus New Video Course

Sep 21, 2015

Hello again! The newest episodes of the Game Developers Like You podcast once again feature a variety of viewpoints and experience levels, which in this latest set includes: • a producer of Game Boy Color games at Nintendo, Atari Jaguar ports, and toys • a contract game programmer who’s also had his book on game…

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