Grocery Store Clerk Wins $10K Video Game Making Prize
Not bad for something created in his spare time. And to think of all those hours I wasted playing video games.
“Think of it as a painting that starts as a blank canvas,” he told the Sun Media in a recent article. He used to create games as a teenager, and it looks like his experience has paid off.
The game will be available on Xbox Live Arcade this fall, and Flook will even get royalties from the sale of the game.