Gamasutra Runs Feature On South African Game Developers

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Popular international videogaming website Gamasutra have posted a fantastic 5 page article about South African videogame developers and the games that they have produced over the years, beginning with one that many of you may not even remember, Toxic Bunny.

This is great news for us as it hopefully gets the world to take a bit more notice of us.

What’s even better is that Marc and Danny from our Lazygamer Podcast team (QCF Design) are also included in the article, specifically for their game Spacehack that placed in the top 20 in the Dream Build Play competition.

The article takes you from the beginning to the end of what has happened so far in the South African game developer scene so be a good South African and go read the article and support our dudes.

It is important that South African developers start to get noticed internationally because it can only mean great things for us.

The link to the article is posted below so be sure to give it a good read so that you don’t look all confused and left out when a conversation about South Africa’s gaming history starts up.

Source: Gamasutra

Last Updated: August 4, 2009

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Nick De Bruyne

Video games writer, editor and critic since '08. Living and breathing video games, movies and cars since the 80s. Follow me on Twitter if you love tons of gaming talk, and @pennyworthrevs for fun stuff and links.

  • spl0it

    I remember Toxic Bunny … wait now I feel sad, am I that old πŸ™

  • easy

    great article! thoroughly enjoyed the read and kinda surprised i no idea about the talent we have in this country.

  • Faheem

    Freaking proudly South African – nice one gents! 😎

  • I know that logo πŸ™‚

  • dewej

    toxic bunny was my second game i was three when i first played it!

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