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April 07, 2014

a bontegames interview with ... robin vencel

The third episode in a series of interviews with game designers, answering questions from bontegames readers is here. A while ago I asked you to come up with questions for Robin Vencel, and here are his answers!
(Note: I have added a new item in the left column of this blog with all the interviews in case you want to check out the previous ones, and speaking about interviews, recently I got interviewed myself for the We Ask Indies series. If you're interested in that interview, you can find it here).



9 comments:

Anonymous said...

first!!!!!!!

Niharika Mohapatra said...

second!!!!

Anonymous said...

very nice and interesting interview. I tought you were american.
congratulation on the games and thanks for the beautiful work

Anonymous said...

Nice interview. Robin even answered my question! (it was the one about owning a real monkey) :)

chefsinger said...

This interview gives me even more worries about the future of online gaming. Seems lots of people, Bart included, are slowly moving more and more towards mobile-based gaming for development. I'm glad Bart and Robin and others are still (for now) making Flash games, but someday game developers might just go away from browser-based games all together, at least the good quality game makers. Unity is probably a better tool, because I think it will work for the web and mobile devices.
Mobile gaming is great, but I personally spend more time on a PC than on a mobile device. I just like having a larger screen and I think you get better click accuracy in games with a mouse rather than a big fat index finger. The Sugar, Sugar series was great in the web, but I struggled mightily with the Android version. Oh well, let's enjoy them while we can!

Anonymous said...

Very interesting, thanks Bart.

-k said...

Great interview! Thanks for sharing this, Bart, and please thank Robin for opening up to all of us. :)

Anonymous said...

You are very good at creating games, Robin (And Bart), But the bit where you hired monkeys was a little funny. It sounds weird for a monkey to work a computer!

Anonymous said...

This was a nice interview to come across. I enjoy the Happy Go Monkey games. I've used them whilst teaching English to 7-year-olds in Chile, and then went home to play them myself (I'm 39)!

 

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