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Hexothermic is a puzzle game that will blow you away! With 4 different game modes, awards and highscores, Hexothermic is fun for all the family! And it is only 200 MS points. This week we at XboxHornet were lucky enough to have a chance to ask David Webb, the developer, a few question about himself and his Xbox Live Community Game(XBLCG).
Why did you choose XBLCG to release your game on?
I created it for the dream build play competition and decided to polish it up and release it. It’s a really good place to get your work as a graduate noticed.
Have you made any other games?
No published games, but I’m close to completing my first XBLA title, Yo-Ho Kablammo. (Here is the link to it’s website);
This feels great – there are a few titles out there that have really impressed me, and to be counted in one of the good games on the platform is brilliant.
I am working on my final year at Huddersfield University, and for my dissertation I am working on Hexothermic for the Xbox and the next project I am currently working on – Hexothermic for the IPhone. The game has just been re-approved, with an updated version. The new version has a couple of new graphics, and bugs that have been found have been addressed.
(If you already own the game, don’t forget to download the new updated version)
We shall see come March! I hope so, because the wealth of talent deserves something for the work they put into some of these titles.
Yes, it is a great way to experience everything involved in making a complete game – a feat many developers don’t ever follow through with.Indeed it must be satisfying, most developers only get to program a small part of a game.
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