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Review of Indie Game: The Movie

As someone not generally interested by gaming, I can fully understand why this might seem like a movie many would immediately gravitate towards on your standard night in curled up with Netflix. 584 more words


Indie Game: The Movie

I didn’t really expect much from Indie Game: the Movie. On the surface, it looked like the sort of thing that a neophyte film maker would put together because it fits neatly inside their comfort zone. 387 more words

Indie Game: The Movie (2012)

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It has come up before: I love artistry and I love gaming. I have been following the gaming industry for years now and amid all the bombastic releases–Modern Warfare, Grand Theft Auto, Assassin’s Creed–there are always a few very small developers who release games that blow people away with their originality and heart. 765 more words


Indie Game: The Movie (2012)

IMDb Rating: 8.1/10

Director: Lisanne Pajot, James Swirsky

Genre: Documentary

Rating: N/A

Indie Game: The Movie is a film that follows Edmund McMillen, Tommy Refenes, Jonathan Blow, and Phil Fish as they make their indie games. 137 more words