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The Moonlighters  



Talking to Teddy Diefenbach about The Moonlighters


7:30 PM on 08.13.2012



This year was my first at E3 and one of the things that I had never heard about was the inclusion of the Indiecade. Indiecade is a separate section of E3 that focuses entirely on the best indie games of the past year and the one coming up. Naturally, I took it upon myself to interview every developer in the space.

The first interview we did was with Teddy Diefenbach of Rad Dragon games about their upcoming game The Moonlighters. Now, when I first saw the Moonlighters I was a bit confused. The game looks a bit like an isometric RPG but it features gameplay similar to The Legend of Zelda and is set in the late 1950s. You bet I was intrigued.








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