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Stefano Buonocore R.I.P.
Posted on 11-Apr-2019 8:25:31
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Morning to everyone.

I left out the word "good" because it's not a good day at all.

Yesterday, at the age of 45, Stefano passed away.

As you guys know, he was the creator of "The Secret of Middle City". As his coder, I guess it is my duty to report such horrible news.

My deepest condolences to all his family and friends.

Stefano was an awesome Artist and a great motivator, that pushed me well beyond my limits to fullfill his vision of creating a game for the community. Aside from that, he was a good friend that always treated me as part of his family.

Rest in peace, my friend. I will miss you.

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