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12. Ben Jordan 7: The Cardinal Sins
In Ben Jordan Case 7: The Cardinal Sins, our favorite young detective and his two close friends pack their bags for a trip to Rome. The file download size is comparatively larger than earlier prequels as the game includes full voice acting and optional designer commentary which can be enabled from the settings menu.
"The whole Ben Jordan series has been a very interesting project. It's helped me grow as a game designer as well as an artist, and while I'm excited about finishing it, it will definitely be a bittersweet thing. Currently I'm working on the last game, and it's off to a good start, even though it seems like kind of a monumental task to finish when I sit back and look at what's left to be done.
As for what my post-Ben Jordan plans are, I don't want to give too much away, but I do have something planned, something I'm very excited about, something which might be commercial if all goes well. We'll see what happens, but overall I'm optimistic about the future." - Francisco Gonzalez
Name: The Cardinal Sins
Size: 74.6 MB
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About The IGF
UBM TechWeb (producer of Game Developer magazine, Gamasutra.com, and the Game Developers Conference) established the Independent Games Festival in 1998 to encourage innovation in game development and to recognize the best independent game developers.
The competition, now in its 13th year, awarded a total of nearly $50,000 in prizes to deserving indie creators in Main Competition and Student Competition categories at the IGF Awards Ceremony, held in March 2010 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA, as one of the highlights of the Game Developers Conference.
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