The Weekend Hotness: The world's most adorable game dev

11:59 PM on 11.04.2012

Tony Ponce

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At the TEDxToronto conference, developers Ryan Henson Creighton and his daughter Cassandra talked about their game Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventure, a point-and-click adventure released last year. Dad was responsible for the coding and backbone while Cassie took care of the art, characters, voice acting, text, and a few puzzles.

By the way, Cassie was five when they made the game.

Now in first grade, the precocious young girl went on stage to prove that you are never too young to start being awesome.

This weekend, Indie Nation tackles Zineth; Sup, Holmes? rings up the devs of Hotline Miami; we've got reviews for WWE '13, Shad'O, and Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams; and Final Fantasy Type-0 is taking its sweet time leaving Japan.

Destructoid Originals:
Indie Nation: Zineth
Sup Holmes gets badly hurt with devs of Hotline Miami

Community:
Community blogs of 11/3 & 11/4
Forum thread of the day: Ragnarok Odyssey

Contests:
Contest: Tweet to win Zone of the Enders HD!

Reviews:
Review: WWE '13
Review: Shad'O
Review: Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams

News:
New Genesis portable includes Mega Man: The Wily Wars
Square still waiting to release Final Fantasy Type-0

Offbeat:
20 minutes of the world's most amazing cosplay gathering
Chibi-tech releases the insane 8-bit Moe Moe Kyunstep
Feast of Fiction cooks up pipin' hot Zelda pumpkin soup
Mega Ran and Richie Branson drop The Ghouls 'n Ghosts EP
Torzelan opens hell's gate with Demon's Crest death metal
Jump on Zelda: Twilight Symphony while you can

Media:

ALERT: Save-corrupting bug in Virtue's Last Reward on 3DS
First look at Muramasa: The Demon Blade for PS Vita

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