The latest issue of MCV / DEVELOP is out now – you can read it for free here.

In more than ten years, Project Zomboid has gone from one of the worst games in development to one of the longest. Richie Shoemaker chooses the brains of Indie Stone co-founders Chris Simpson and Marina Sio-Chong to see what went right.

In March, EA announced the start of not one but two educational partnerships. The first with Ukie’s Digital Schoolhouse, the other with EVERFI in the UK. The goal: to bring together the spheres of education and industry. Richie Shoemaker spoke with Chris Bruzo of EA and Jamie Best of EVERFI to see how things are going.

Dundee’s Hyper Luminal Games are not just about making good games, they want them to do good and make players feel even better. Seeing that these are two new titles in production, Richie Shoemaker feels good times ahead.

Supported by the esteemed founders of Atari and MicroProse, Moxy.io hopes to revolutionize what gaming and blockchain games are. Richie Shoemaker fights the slingshots and arrows of his ugly wealth.

Prior to this year’s Develop: Brighton, Chris Wallace met with Anna Holinrake of Mediatonic to discuss his journey with ADHD management in the workplace.

Despite all the challenges in recent years, things continue to be a healthy shade of red for Guildford-based Liquid Crimson. Richie Shoemaker learns more.

We hope you are ready for the party, because Dead Good Media is celebrating its 10th birthday! Chris Wallace catches up with Stu Taylor and Carly Moxie to find out what the world agency has done.

Released this year by WolfEye Studios and Devolver Digital, Weird West offers a grim fantasy rethinking of the Wild West, with gunsmiths confronting strange and fantastic creatures. Richie Shoemaker meets Etienne Aubert of WolfEye Studio to learn more.

Chris Wallace goes behind the scenes at Norco to find out how Geography of Robots created a snapshot of Louisiana and its culture – and achieved global success along the way.

In addition, there are our recent hires and relocations in the industry, regular development specialists and our last boss, who this month is Richie Turner, Managing Director of Warp Digital Entertainment.

Read the May issue of MCV/DEVELOP online now! Featuring Project Zomboid, the MCV/DEVELOP awards winners, Norco and more!

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