In 2009, Mike Ambrogi along with his brother Tim and Hal Larsson meticulously plotted their move from the West Coast to Philadelphia. Now, they’ll be heading back as a featured independent developer at the Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, the largest consumer video game expo in North America.
The bootstrapped Center City-based game developer’s first title, Jamestown, was selected from over 100 entries as a member of the “PAX 10.” The PAX 10 awards independent developers with free booth space, free entry and a moment in the spotlight at one of the most popular video came conferences in the country.
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