In his latest quirky interview, Gamasutra contributor Jason Johnson talks to Gordon Midwood about his cult iOS and now WiiWare title lilt line, as the funky music-inflected title jumps onto the Wii’s digital download service.]Gordon Midwood’s lilt line is a devious rhythm game with a wicked 16 Bit-authored soundtrack ripped straight from London’s underground club scene. Its seamless fusion of sound and design won it IGF Mobile’s Audio Achievement award in 2010 and a display berth at Game Developers Conference, thanks to its popular iPhone version.The already critically acclaimed lilt line recently made the leap from iOS to WiiWare [trailer] with the help of Bit.Trip franchise creators Gaijin Games.Therefore, we took the opportunity to chat with Midwood about the evolution of rhythm games, the death of plastic instrument games, and his hatred of country music. Ten Lines-a-LiltingHello.Hi.What have you been up to today?I’ve got some kids, so they keep me busy trying to stop them from screaming all day. Keeps you busy on the weekends, and during the week when you’re trying to work. I work from home now so….Most of my friends are having kids nowadays. I should probably look into that.I could tell you how it works. There’s… Read full this story
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