Interview with mousechief games

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  1. cliffski

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    Mousechief Games

    Nice and clever interview. The games look like fun! love to see more interviews like this one.
     
  3. Bad Sector

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    If you're going to use PHP (as you apparently do) and do reviews, why don't you make it more dynamic? Right now the site looks very static. Store the interviews in some db (or just plain text files which you load via PHP), add comments below, etc - in other words make it like a proper site with articles and stuff like it is done since late 90s :p.
     
  4. lennard

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    BS: your runtime terror links have been broken for me for the last couple of months
     
  5. Bad Sector

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    Yeah, two of my domains got cybersquatted while i had a nice series of events starting from being confined in my home (ok, my parent's home) for more than a month due to health issues and while being there having my bank disable my card and wanting me in person to re-enable it. Until i finally managed to make it work, i lost the domains and i'm now patiently waiting for the squatters to drop them :p.

    Now i'm using runtimelegend.com. It doesn't sound as good as runtime terror but on the other hand people won't think i'm only making horror games :p.

    I updated my signature, but at the moment i have nothing on the site.
     

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