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Mikael Tillander Interview Questions Needed.
« on: April 05, 2018, 15:57:08 PM »
RVG Interviews will be branching more into the Homebrew scene and bringing the voices of these bedroom coders to RVG.

So we will be interviewing Mikael Tillander,  the brains behind Broken Pearl, Twin Tiger Shark, Heavy Recoil, Undead S.E.E.D (XBOX, OUYA, PC) | Knight'n'Grail, Fairy Well (C64) | Full On Retro only!




He is currently working on a new Megadrive game that is still un-named.



So ask away peeps,

Closing date is 7th April 18

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Re: Mikael Tillander Interview Questions Needed.
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2018, 11:57:24 AM »
Q: Thank you for agreeing to our interview, please take a moment to tell us a little about you?

Q: What was the first game you created?

Q: What do you for a living now?

Q: Can you tell us what prompted you to make games for old systems?

Q: PAINS 'N' ACHES is an amazing game, so a few questions for you
   What limitations did you find when creating the game?
   Do you have timelines built in to the management of these games?
   Do you actually meet each other at events? (team members)
   
Q: Knight'n'Grail, wow, again how do you become involved? how do you manage your time on the game? What limitations did you find?

Q: Your Megadrive game looks fantastic, can you tell about where the idea came from?

Q: Are you doing all the development individually?

Q: As your working on retro games (c64/megadrive), one would assume this is a good way if seeing how different games are to create for each system. Could you tell us a little about your thoughts on this?

Q: Whats next?

Q: Will there be a physical release of the Megadrive game?

Q: Are you surprised with the resurgence in retro gaming?

Q: Any thoughts for doing games on other systems? CPC464, Dreamcast or Spectrum.

Q: Do you have any games that are just sitting on your drives unfinshed that you may release one day?

Questions sent and closed

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