Having worked for over a decade in the industry, including at studios such as Climax Group and Ruffian Games, Gareth Noyce is a man who knows a thing or two about video games. Now he's an independent developer in the midst of releasing his first solo game, a modern revival of the isometric genre, Lumo. Below you'll find our interview with him, covering inspiration for the game, D.J.ing, and why the name of his studio - Triple Eh? - is called just that. Xbox One UK: 8-bit isometric games have become something of a niche genre. What is it about them that appeals ... Read More »
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