Ninety Minutes is a game for three players about the relationship between a father and a son, and what could be their last chance to meet.
The game won the 2012 edition of the “Game Chef”, an annual international contest for independent games.
I’m Matteo Turini and I’m the author of the game. I don’t think you’d be interested in knowing much about me, so I’ll just say that I’m in the first part of my late 20s, I’m currently juggling between study and work, I live in the italian capitol of comics (or, at least, that’s how our mayor likes to call the city) and I kwon the great part of the italian indie players (and some of the internationals too).
I’ve opened this blog to collect the links to the various versions of the game and to post considerations and development notes about it. I’ll mostly write in Italian (I’m pretty sure you’ll be glad of that, seeing what my English writing is), but I’ll probably post something in English from time to time.
Well, I’ve already yapped too much. If you need to contact me rapidly, I can be reached at the email address mat dot turini at gmail dot com.