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I had the opportunity to speak with Ben from Undermog Games, the developer of Operation Steel, which was recently showcased on the channel. If you didn’t catch the Live Stream, then stayed tuned and check out this excellent Action Roguelike Shoot’em Up. Ben talks about his thoughts on development and breakdown his throughs on the enemy choices and even the working with the Artist Dolphin for the soundtrack. It’s always fascinating to get the inside on design choices and development and talk with the people behind the games.
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I hope you enjoy this series and I’m looking forward to bringing even more developers on the channel to discuss their creations. Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode, and if you enjoy the content, make sure to give it a “Like” so others can find out about these games.
00:00 Operation Steel Developer Interview
03:15 Undermog Games Intro
04:37 Getting Soundtrack help from Dolphin
09:25 How Long Did Operation Steel Take To Create?
11:30 The Killer Zodiac Inspiration For Enemies
14:44 Being Multitalented – From Coding To Art
16:39 The Future For Operation Steel Might Call For A SWITCH!
18:33 The Highs & Lows Of Self-Publishing
20:34 What Does The Future Hold For Undermog Games?
23:18 Final Thoughts
Operation Steel on Steam ► https://store.steampowered.com/app/1489300/Operation_STEEL/
Operation Steel on Itch.io ► https://leanderish.itch.io/steel
Chat w/Undermog Games on Discord ►https://discord.com/invite/6HzPrPt
Follow Ben on Twitter ► https://twitter.com/nz_bb
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