IndieCade’s ShowCase @ E3:
That Dragon, Cancer by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata
Games have the potential to express a wide range of viewpoints, stories and experiences. This short poetic game is part documentary, part visual poem, taking you into the emotional world of a parent confronted with a child’s cancer diagnosis.
About the team: Developed by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata, in honor of Ryan’s son Joel and his daily fight against the dragon.
IndieCade’s ShowCase @ E3:
That Dragon, Cancer by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata
Games have the potential to express a wide range of viewpoints, stories and experiences. This short poetic game is part documentary, part visual poem, taking you into the emotional world of a parent confronted with a child’s cancer diagnosis.
About the team: Developed by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata, in honor of Ryan’s son Joel and his daily fight against the dragon.
IndieCade’s ShowCase @ E3:
That Dragon, Cancer by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata
Games have the potential to express a wide range of viewpoints, stories and experiences. This short poetic game is part documentary, part visual poem, taking you into the emotional world of a parent confronted with a child’s cancer diagnosis.
About the team: Developed by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata, in honor of Ryan’s son Joel and his daily fight against the dragon.
IndieCade’s ShowCase @ E3:
That Dragon, Cancer by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata
Games have the potential to express a wide range of viewpoints, stories and experiences. This short poetic game is part documentary, part visual poem, taking you into the emotional world of a parent confronted with a child’s cancer diagnosis.
About the team: Developed by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata, in honor of Ryan’s son Joel and his daily fight against the dragon.

IndieCade’s ShowCase @ E3:

That Dragon, Cancer by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata

Games have the potential to express a wide range of viewpoints, stories and experiences. This short poetic game is part documentary, part visual poem, taking you into the emotional world of a parent confronted with a child’s cancer diagnosis.

About the team: Developed by Ryan Green, Josh Larson, Jon Hillman, and Nat Iwata, in honor of Ryan’s son Joel and his daily fight against the dragon.

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