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Hack 'N' Slash lets you take revenge on those darn block puzzles


9:00 PM on 05.12.2014



Max recently sat down with Brandon Dillon of Double Fine, Programmer and Project Lead on Hack 'N' Slash. Brandon walked us through a demonstration of the game, which allows players to manipulate the actual code of the game with the protagonist's USB sword, and we all learn some lessons in critical thinking.






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