Wireframe magazine #20
Wireframe: the fortnightly magazine that lifts the lid on video games. Beyond news, features, and reviews, we look at how video games are made, who makes them, and how readers can make games of their own.
Westerns meet stealth (and a slingshot) in Honig Studios’ El Hijo, star of this issue’s front cover. We go in-depth to find out about the sneaky adventures of a six-year-old on a quest to find his mother. Elsewhere, we uncover a brooding, bonkers narrative adventure in the shape of Chicken Police, and tackle one of gaming’s great adversaries: rats. Just why are they always the baddies? We’ve also got reviews for the likes of Sea of Solitude, SolSeraph, They Are Billions and more.
Also in this issue:
- The Bradwell Conspiracy: more than just another day at the office
- A look at how to make your dev team work better remotely
- Resident Evil’s mastermind, Shinji Mikami, profiled
- A guide on how to get into the exhilarating world of live coding