Chris Klimas, cofounder of indie game development studio Twofold Secret, tells Gabe Pendleton‘s gaming news site BaltimoreGamer.com that “conditions [in Baltimore] are still ripe for indie game developers.”
It’s an encouraging message given the recent news of Zynga closing its Timonium-based office and Impossible Studios shuttering its Hunt Valley office several weeks before. As Technically Baltimore has written, the gaming industry in the Baltimore region may soon come to rely on the efforts of indie developers.
Twofold Secret recently released a demo version of “Camp Keepalive,” the game Klimas and cofounder Joel Haddock are presently developing.-30-
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