Top 10s and Looks Back: Video Game Edition

Have you heard about this yet? The Time Top 10 Video Games of 2008 includes a small Flash-based Canadian video game, called Hunted Forever.

A recent press release from the game's distributor, Kingsoft, claims: ...“Hunted Forever” was created by Evan Miller, a 21-year-old student from Vancouver, who developed the game on his home PC in six weeks. This is a far cry from the years often required to create more hyped console blockbusters, such as wildly anticipated “Spore,” which ended up two positions lower on Time’s list at number 10. All but one other title, which was created for the iPhone, were console games."

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