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Welcome to 2005 Independent Games Festival.
The following are the articles published under this section.


  • IGF 2005 - Preview
  • IGF 2005 - Preview (Part II)
  • Interview with Ivan Weiner about Creatrix
  • Interview with Kisses developer Ryan Juckett
  • Interview with Lux developer Dustin Sacks
  • Interview with Hyperbol developer Nicholas Lawson
  • Interview with War! Age of Imperialism developer Doug Donohoe
  • Interview with Legion Arena developer Iain McNeil
  • Interview with Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space development team
  • Interview with Dark Horizons: Lore Invasion developer Adrian Wright
  • Interview with RocketBowl developer Wade Tinney
  • Interview with the Alien Hominid development team
  • Interview with n developers Mare and Raigan
  • Interview with Global Defense Network developer Jeff Evertt
  • Interview with Supremacy: Four Paths to Power developer Thor Jensen
  • Interview with Revolved developer James Gagnon
  • Interview with the entire Gish development team
  • Interview with Wik & the Fable of Souls developer Simon Hallam
  • IGF / GDC - Day 1
  • IGF / GDC - Day 2
  • IGF / GDC - Day 3
  • 2005 - IGF Parting Thoughts
  • GDC - A GAME DEVELOPER’S TAKE: WHERE IS EVERYBODY? (by Bryce Carroll)



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