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Kentucky Route Zero makes player choices more discrete

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IGF award-winning game takes an unusual approach to decision making

In yet another stellar interview, Spencer Hayes speaks with Justin Elliot of Cardboard Computer about their game, Kentucky Route Zero, which took the IGF award for "Excellence in Visual Arts." But it's the way player choice is managed that has captured Spencer's interest in this unique, narrative-driven title.

 
 

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