Clara Reeves takes an honest look at being a woman in gaming, and how Crossy Road Castle is a beacon of positivity in an uncertain time. Clara Reeves, CEO of Melbourne based video game studio Hipster Whale, fell in love with programming when she realized it could be an art form. Reeves, who would go on to oversee Hipster Whale popular game Crossy Road in its move to Apple mobile gaming subscription service, Apple Arcade, never grew out of her childhood passion of building structures out of...

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