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Apr
2016

Watch the designer of La-Mulana build a stage in Super Mario Maker

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Over the course of Devs Make Mario, we've featured all sorts of game developers, from platformer experts to visual novelists and everyone in-between. But Takumi Naramura, designer of the 2005 exploration platformer La-Mulana, represents an interesting middle ground: he's a creator of a well-regarded Japanese independent action platformer who actually has very little experience with Mario. Naramura's own personal gaming roots lie with the MSX home computer, and one only has to look at the MSX-inspired La-Mulana for evidence.

Recently, Polygon visited Playism headquarters in Osaka, Japan to put Super Mario Maker in Naramura's hands for the first time. The results are right out...

19
Apr
2016

Pushing my belly and flipping my hood to listen to tunes

The Hiody is soft and comfy as a sweatshirt, but needs some improvements as a music-listening ...

Hoodies and headphones go together like Star Wars and sequels. A new company plans to capitalize on that music/clothing combo with the launch of the Hiody sweatshirt on Kickstarter. It embeds headphones in the hood of a premium sweatshirt and a control button just above the pockets. But just how well does the high-tech hoodie work? We got our hands on one to find out.

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