Although Demo Night 2 drew several high-profile developers, the majority of the presentations were from small, casual games makers. As an emerging subset of the exploding games industry, it would certainly be enlightening to hear how proponents of casual games view their sector of the games business. MyGamer had a chance to catch up with the presenting developers and let them weigh in their various opinions on the future of the
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