Developer and developer Anthony Bocca’s game Devolutionary Proxima has been one of the most popular in the past year.
The game, which he developed for the game development platform Unity, has garnered more than 10 million users worldwide, including more than 5 million in the U.S.
Bocca has a degree in computer science, but he said that he chose to pursue game development for a number of reasons.
“I love the freedom and freedom to experiment,” he told The Verge in an interview.
“It’s so easy to start out.
There’s nothing stopping you from just going crazy.
There is a lot of stuff that you have to work on.”
Boccas games have also received critical acclaim from both critics and players, including an early version of the game on the Steam Greenlight platform.
Devolutionaries’ developers also recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for the title to raise funds for further development.
Boca said he’s looking forward to the day that his game will be available for download and on the market.
“As a developer, the future of the games industry is pretty bright,” he said.
“I think the game industry has become so much more competitive that it is difficult to see where a game that you started five years ago might end up.”
Devolution has received mixed reviews from reviewers, who have given the game positive reviews and high praise for its art style and gameplay.
The game has been viewed over 2 million times on Steam alone.
Buckeyes, who will be launching their game on Steam on December 6, said Devolution is the perfect way to explore his work in-person.
“We are in the midst of creating an interactive platform for fans to interact with the game,” he wrote on the Devolution page.
“We’ve spent the last year working to create a unique experience that will allow the world of Devolution to come alive through the creation of new games.
We’re excited to share our vision with our community in a unique way.”