Man raised £35,000 for computer games culture book

Matthew Kenyon.
Matthew Kenyon.
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A COMPUTER games fan has published a book which captures the spirit of games culture through the eyes of some of the world’s greatest games designers, graphic artists and programmers.

Matthew Kenyon (pictured), a graphic designer based at the Art House in Wakefield, spent ten years researching ‘Every Day is Play,’ which he self-published after raising £35,000 through a crowd-funded Kickstarter campaign.

The book’s foreword was written by Atari founder Nolan Bushnell.

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