A new issue of the excellent Wireframe gaming magazine has been made available this week in the form of issue number eight. Providing more details on how video games are created and how you can build your very own using free to download software, applications and assets.
Created by the same team responsible for the official Raspberry Pi magazine aptly named MagPi. The latest issue of Wireframe includes an interview with Meowza Games.
“Meowza Games talks to us about Mineko’s Night Market, an indescribably cute adventure inspired by the likes of Animal Crossing and Studio Ghibli’s My Neighbour Totoro. We meet some of the people behind Sumo Digital, purveyors of such games as OutRun 2 and Snake Pass, to find out how they’ve become one of the UK’s biggest independent studios. And we check out Tales of the Neon Sea, an atmospheric cyberpunk adventure from Chinese developer Zodiac Interactive.”
– Learn how to squeeze a score attack game onto the BBC Micro
– How songwriting made the 8-bit classic, Wizball
– The Amiga years of Alien Breed and Worms dev, Team17
– Ways to make your horror game locations even scarier
For more details and to purchase or download free your copy of Wireframe jump over to the official Raspberry Pi Foundation website by following the link below.
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