Thomas Janson (Death Hall) & why wishlisting matters

Thomas Janson shares his PAX AUS indie showcase winning game Death Hall. I feel like this might be dangerous...

September 7, 2019 9:00 AM
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Death Hall is a mobile sidescrolling platformer where you try to survive to the end, that draws heavily from the challenging flash games of the early 2000s. Developer Thomas Janson has just won a spot at 2019's PAX Australia Indie Showcase with his game Death Hall, but it's not the first time he's done it, he picked one up in 2014 as well!

Every indie game always asks you to wishlist the game when it's announced and according to Ross Manthorp of YoYo Games, there is a tricky relationship with wishlists for developers.

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