Smart People Talk Video Games Too

And here's the proof ...

A documentary about indie gaming releases shorts culled from their footage in the hopes of raising interest and money to for this wildly worthy film. Their most recent snippet is of Austin's very own Adam Saltsman. Chronicle cover boy (kind of), Canabalt creator, and smart dude. You'd do well to listen to him. That means clicking through.

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