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Here is a list of our top authors and contributors:
Valuing gameplay and innovation over everything, Chris has a keen eye for the most obscure titles unknown to man and gets a buzz from finding fantastic games that are not getting enough love. Chris Priestman, Editor-in-Chief of IGM Email: email@example.com Twitter: @CPriestman
Mike is the Owner and Founder of Indie Game Magazine. Mike lays out every issue of the magazine and focuses on boring business stuff, but still makes time to write about indie games. You can follow him on twitter @mgnade or email him directly at mike[at]indiegamemagdotcom
07.31.12 Is Minecraft still Indie?
11.02.12 IGM Awards 2012 – Nominate Now!
Full time gamer part time writer and a Graduate of King College London I have been playing computer games ever since the days of the much loved Amiga. Playing a broad spectrum of games over as many platforms as possible with a distinct obsession with RTS games even though lacking in much of the micro ability. Tweet me @alexwilkinson
Richard is an embittered Englishman with a warped outlook on the surrounding world. When he isn't rambling about his latest nugget of garbled contemplation, he's probably taking a look at the latest breakthroughs in innovative indie game design. However, behind his stony visage lies a shy, sensitive figure, so go easy on him, won't you?
A geek for all seasons. A veteran of early DOS-era gaming, with encyclopaedic knowledge of things geeky on all platforms. The more obscure and bizarre, the better. If you've got indie news you want to break in a big way, send it this way!
11.30.12 Indie Links Round-Up: Heads Up
10.29.12 Dev Links: Looks Fishy
07.12.12 Dev Links: The Developers’ Lair
The Editor in Chief of IGM, Tom is essentially a nerdy Viking. He has a near constant craving for burgers and beer, and satisfies his instinct to pillage and plunder through video games. Tom stands tall, bearded, and doesn't care much for small talk. He loves talking about indie games though, so never hesitate to tweet him: @TomScott90 or email him: tom@indiegamemag(dot)com.
Mark is an avid video game player, though that goes without saying. Along with freelance content produced for various publications, he is also involved in YouTube based series and video production.
05.17.11 DSi players set to Cut The Rope
07.20.11 Do you have a great idea?
I am an independent developer currently in school. I've designed smaller flash games as well as some larger projects. During the summer I teach game design with iD Tech Camps and during the school year I write for The Indie Game Magazine as well as other incredibly awesome extracurricular activities.