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When writer and director Adam Butcher was 14 years old, he began creating an indie game that would end up taking pretty much half of his life to complete. In an incredible show of perseverance and dedication, Butcher spent 13 years working on the game in his spare time. Upon its completion, he released this funny and insightful short film The Game That Time Forgot, where he talks about the reasons why the game took so long, the culture around indie games and how it changed in the 13 years, and what it was that pushed him to keep working on the project the whole time. Next time you’re feeling lazy, give this guy a thought and maybe start putting your back into that passion project of yours.

The Game That Time Forgot|Documentary|Short Film|Gaming

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