Posts Tagged ‘Mark Morris’

Introversion Unveil Prison Architect’s Alpha Launch

By Jim Rossignol on September 26th, 2012.


Prison Architect is coming along nicely, as I’ve reported previously. Now though, the Introversions – Chris Delay and Mark Morris – want players to help push the design process along, as well as some pre-order money to keep themselves in bread and water. With that in mind, there’s now a tiered pre-order option open, and you can get involved for a price. We talked to them about that at length, and you can read the interview – and watch the videos – below.
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Break Into Prison Architect Later This Year

By Craig Pearson on February 8th, 2012.

Jings!
Introversion’s Prison Architect is the mysterious tumour that ate away at Subversion. Wait, that’s a horrible thing to say! Let me get my Men In Black Mind Eraser thing and we’ll pretend I never said – *flash* [Editor's Note - at this point Craig accidentally flashed his own memories. He doesn't know who he is, so we've told him he's Oor Wullie]. Crivens! Thuy sais it’s oot fur a’body aroond September, if yer up for contributin’ tae tha alphu.
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Develop 10: The Microstudios Panel

By Kieron Gillen on July 21st, 2010.

Hot hot hot developers!

The Microstudios panel proved to be the most controversial and widely talked about at Develop 10, but the exchange of commentary followed by detente wasn’t all that was worth taking away from the gathering, where Beatnik‘s Robin Lacey (Plain Sight), Positech‘s Cliff Harris (Kudos, Democracy, Gratuitous Space Battles), Introversion‘s Mark Morris (Darwinia, Defcon, Uplink) and Hello Games‘ Sean Murray (Joe “They’ll all be in” Danger “if there’s not a PC port”) talked about the state of the Microstudio. Starting with what a microstudio is anyway…
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Develop 09: Is Digital Distribution The PC Saviour?

By Kieron Gillen on July 20th, 2009.

Look at us pretend to be a shitty business journal.

Yes! Next panel.

It was a panel whose title (“Is Digital Distribution The Saviour Of The PC Game?” non-shortened version fans) didn’t exactly promise much which anyone who hadn’t been following the PC recently didn’t already know – but in actual fact, it proved to be the most relevant and interesting session of the entire of Develop for me. High information bandwidth, basically, with Charlie Barrett (Kalypso Media), Dorian Bloch (Chart Track), Richard Keen (Direct2Drive), Mark Morris (Introversion) and David Nottingham (Lucasarts) chewing over the issues and revealing a lot of sexy speculation, anecdotes and numbers.
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