Telltale Games News

Graham Annable speaks

22 Sep, 2005, 16:05 | Posted by: Jason
Graham Annable, who as you probably know by now serves as Creative Director and Lead Animator at Telltale Games, has published a nice article about creating games over at Pop Thought. Annable discusses his history in games and comics and, of course, his time at Telltale and creating Out from Boneville. It's a great read, so check it out.

Also, for those who haven't noticed it yet the latest Telltale blog rather encouragingly invites all to send their comments on Bone. So send in your feedback!
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What does everyone else think about this?

  • Comment by: Bobbin Threadbare | Posted 23 Sep, 2005, 06:01
    Coolsies. I've not read it but coolsies in advance.

    About time the buy Bone thing's up the top.

    Why does everyone's name like this in a news post? username??|??#comments
  • Comment by: Jake | Posted 23 Sep, 2005, 14:02
    I broke it. I will fix it in the near future.
  • Comment by: Jake | Posted 27 Sep, 2005, 22:38
  • Comment by: jp-30 | Posted 27 Sep, 2005, 23:51
    (not on the homepage)
  • Comment by: Jake | Posted 28 Sep, 2005, 20:31
    Someone broke it again after I went out of my way to fix it.
  • Comment by: Remi O | Posted 28 Sep, 2005, 00:07
    Looks fine to me.
  • Comment by: woxel1 | Posted 23 Sep, 2005, 21:45
    First you buy it. Then... you fix Sam &
  • Comment by: Sven_Q45 | Posted 29 Apr, 2008, 17:07
    What?s with
  • Comment by: woxel1 | Posted 25 Sep, 2005, 17:57
    Some things aren't working, needs updates etc
  • Comment by: Jake | Posted 25 Sep, 2005, 22:36
    one day.
  • Comment by: Jake | Posted 25 Sep, 2005, 00:44

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