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Exploring the alien planet of A.N.N.E.


10:00 AM on 04.06.2013



This might be one of my favorite installments of Jonathan Holmes' quick-fire Q&A series, Talk Fast. Here he speaks with Moise Breton about his new project, A.N.N.E., which centers around exploring an alien world both on foot and with the assistance of a spacecraft. It's a cute looking game with chunky sprites and a premise which immediately makes me draw comparisons to Blaster Master. That's effectively the same as making a sale, in my book. No further convincing required.

But if you should happen to need some, listen to Moise and feel the passion in his voice. Feel it! 






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