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Episode 55: Genuinely Genuine

September 11th, 2016 | 12:00 pm ET

We talk to Henry Hoffman, developer on color-infused game ‘Hue’, about designing for accessibility and more!

This week, Dylan sits down to chat with Henry Hoffman, one of the creators of the recently-released game Hue and co-founder of indie developer Fiddlesticks.

Henry talks about Hue’s development, such as the addition of accessibility features for people with color blindness. He also gives us his impressions of Brexit’s potential effects on the British games industry and the UK as a whole.

The pair also discusses old, gritty Mario games versus newer, chibi Mario games and the nerve racking experience of getting recognized by the staff at restaurants and coffee shops.

Games include Inside, Tomb of the Mask, and Super Mario 3D World.

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