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Indie Game: Life After

No longer available to stream

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Date Added: 15th August 2016

Date Removed: 15th November 2017

Available for: 15 months

 

 

Description:

Commentary, epilogues, extras and short films flesh out the stories behind the development of such indie games as "Fez," "Super Meat Boy" and "Braid."

 

Certificate:

Year: 2014

Duration: 2hr 2m

 

Director: Lisanne Pajot, James Swirsky

 

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