Developer Interview: Kurt Mai

Mar 28, 2015

Today’s Game Developers Like You interview is with Kurt Mai of Dallas, Texas. Q: Hi Kurt! For starters, mind telling us a bit about yourself? A: I’m a customer support engineer who likes to do some creative coding in my free time. I was involved in San Andreas multiplayer game modes modding in the past…

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