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Video Interview: How Octodad went from student game to full release
by Mike Rose on 11/08/13 09:13:00 am   Expert Blogs   Featured Blogs

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In this week's Gamasutra video interview, editor Mike Rose talks to Young Horses' Phil Tibitoski about Octodad: The Dadliest Catch, and what made the team behind the game decide to expand on the original student vision.

Tibitoski discusses taking the original concept to a larger-scale, and how his team has been looking to make that it is a fun experience throughout, rather than being seen as a gimmick.


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