This week I got online with Adam Spragg, “hobbyist developer” of Hidden in Plain Sight. Why the quotation marks? Because Adam moonlights as an indie dev — working a 9 to 5 “boring” job during the day and creating games for fun when he gets home.
Check out my talk with Adam below. I think he has as much fun making games as we do playing them. Hidden in Plain Sight is a local multiplayer (up to four players can join in the fun) party game wherein you discover yourself, slip in amongst the crowd, and knife-hand chop your sneaky friends.
If you want to check out more about Adam, you can read it here:
Enjoy OUYA’ns and have a solid weekend.
D.B.F. (Developer’s Best Friend)