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Matt Chat 113: Jonas Kyratzes on Politics and Indepedent Game Development

In the last part of my interview with indie designer Jonas Kyratzes, we discuss his latest projects, including Alphaland, Phenomenon 32, The Strange and Somewhat Sinister Tale of the House of Desert Bridge, and You Shall Know the Truth. This last game is based on the Wikileaks controversy and leads Jonas into a sure-to-be-controversial discussion of politics in America and Europe.

Remember to check out Jonas' blog at http://www.jonas-kyratzes.net/

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Matt Chat 112: Depressing Games with Jonas Kyratzes

Well, it's time to break out those handkerchiefs as Jonas and I talk about games that are sad and depressing--and how that can be fun! Well, at least as compelling as a sad movie or book. Specifically, we talk about his games Museum of Broken Memories, Phenomenon 32, The Great Machine, and Last Rose in a Desert Garden, his first project. These are really poetic and avant garde projects, so be sure to check them out if you've any interest in seeing gaming evolve into something more artistic.

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Matt Chat 111: Interview with Jonas Kyratzes

Jonas Kyratzes is an indie designer who enjoys pushing the boundaries of game design. He's got a lot of great projects under his belt, including The Museum of Broken Memories, Alphaland, Last Rose in a Desert Garden, and much more. Using a more "chat like" format than usual, Jonas and I discuss a range of topics including art, politics, entertainment, and of course, gaming.

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