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Part One: GAMBIT Presents: Indies Will Shoot You In The Knees: Redux

Part One of Three. During last July's Boston Post Mortem there was a frank and occasionally hysterical panel about the day to day insanity of running an indie game company. We here at GAMBIT loved the panel so much that we begged for a command performance here at MIT. Coming back from that original panel are Ichiro Lambe (Founder and President of Dejobaan Games, LLC), Scott Macmillan (Founder and President of Macguffin Games), Eitan Glinert (Founder and President of Fire Hose Games) and new to the panel and moderating is Alex Schwartz (Co-Founder of Owlchemy Games). Video Produced by Generoso Fierro, Edited by Garrett Beazley

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Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab

Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab

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