The Last Game I Make Before I Die

How a Brush with Cancer Inspired Three Brothers to Build a Bigger Game

June 11, 2017
Sam Coster

August Jennewein (UMSL)

After game developer Sam Coster was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 23, he, along with his brothers Seth and Adam, channeled their energy into an ambitious game that’d forever change their lives.

Sam Coster spoke to Anne Strainchamps about making "Crashlands," and about the therapeutic potential that video games offer.


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