In this episode:
We talk about stacks at PAX Aus! Woo! We got to test the Oculus Rift, played some great local and international indie titles (Duet, Tasty Fish, Johann Sebastian Joust, Freedom Fall, and many others!), played some board games and cards games (like Lords of Waterdeep: Scoundrels of Skullport, String Railway, Story War and Magic- Huh? Never heard of it!) and listened to words of wisdom from the hosts.
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Links for the things we talked about:
Dungeon Dashers by Jigxor, currently on Steam Greenlight. (You can buy an Alpha build of the game on their website as well, which will give you access to the full game when it’s out and comes with a Level Editor. Totally worth checking out.)
Context for the Penny Arcade gender discussion: Gabe’s responses on the Penny Arcade website here and here. For the actual Tweets, you’ll have to search through Gabe’s Twitter account to around 20 June or so. I’m not going to link all of it, but here’s a sample.
Evan also mentioned A Hat in Time in relation to Postman’s Odyssey.
DUET by Kumobius (No game website yet)
Surprise Attack Games actually partner with a few of the developers to publish/market their games.
The Indie Board Games panel featured Anthony Sweet (Handwritten Games), Sean Carroll (93 Made Games), Wesley Lamont (RAEZ), Paul Nicholas and Alex Dijk (Blue Room Games), and Thomas Elliot (Sixpence Games). A video of the panel is available on YouTube here.
Evan got T-Shirts designed by OMOCAT.