What happens when you have exactly nine friends and a Wii U? Your choices to get absolutely everyone playing is a bit small. Thankfully we have Runbow, a 9 player platformer developed by 13AM Games. They’re also working on an upcoming game called Double Cross, which will be out for both the Nintendo Switch and PC very soon. So I reached out to them, and got a chance to talk with CFO and lead designer Thomas McCall.TechRaptor: Hello Tom! Thomas McCall: Hey! TechRaptor: You’re part of 13AM Games, so why don’t we just start there? Tell me a bit about 13AM Games and how it got started. Thomas: So we are a Toronto indie studio founded by a class full of graduates from George Brown’s game design program back in… I think we were the class of 2013 to 2014. We kind of formed the studio around our first title, Runbow, which kind of got surprise support from Nintendo originally, and we’ve kind of, since that point, carried on. It was a semi-success, enough to keep us going, so now we’ve kind of worked through porting and all that stuff and we’re soon to launch our second game, Double Cross…. Read full this story
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