What do we have in store for you in this, the newest of issues? Well, you'll find all this and lots more:
We take an epic, ten-page look back at the last decade's big moments in games and tech, and explore how indie devs conquered the world; developer Jonas Manke talks us through his ethereal adventure game, OMNO, and the creators of the classic Conker's Bad Fur Day talk about the game's making, leaving Rare, and what they're up to now.
Meanwhile, we look ahead to the post-apocalyptic parkour platformer KUNAI, and check out what happens when Mavis Beacon meets real-time-strategy game in Touch Type Tale.
You want more? Well, there's all this, too:
- Code your very own Boulder Dash homage in Python
- Latency: a guide to minimising delays and optimising games
- Double Fine: the Psychonauts studio's history and greatest hits
- Backwards Compatible: our regular retro game feature makes its debut
Plus you'll find our usual menu of news and reviews, including our verdicts on Death Stranding, They Came From A Communist Planet and Planet Zoo.
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