The Action Points Podcast! Episode 107 – Aussie Indies and Rolling Babies with Chris, Jason, Nicole, and Sanatana

In this episode:

It’s a long episode as we attempt the inadvisable and have 7 people on an episode. We chat with Aussie indie game developers Chris Johnson (Expand), Jason and Nicole Stark, (Ninja Pizza Girl) and Sanatana Mishra (Assault Android Cactus). We talk about their games, dealing with both negative and positive feedback, reviews, architecture, flow, and games we love and hate.

Episode link below or on iTunes, and feel free to send us any feedback at mail@theactionpointspodcast.com. You can also follow us on Twitter as @action_points, and on Facebook and Google+. You can also find us on Twitter as @ehronlime, @adam_holdswater, @MostStrange, and @pinkytweets.

Episode 107 – Aussie Indies and Rolling Babies with Chris, Jason, Nicole, and Sanatana

 

Music: Theme for Harold (var. 2) by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0.

Links for the things we talked about:

Here’s a chance to win a 3-day pass to PAX Aus 2015: Just Tweet at us (@action_points) or email us (mail@theactionpointspodcast.com) with your suggestion of what your #dreamPAXPanel will be.

Games Laboratory Incubator 24 October 2015

Come check out our panels at PAX Aus 2015:

Play With Us: Wits & Wagers LIVE, Friday 30 October 2015, 9 pm, Kookaburra Theatre

Growing Local Board Game Design Communities, Sunday 1 November 2015, 3 pm, Dropbear Theatre

Assault Android Cactus (also available now on Steam) by Witch Beam

Sanatana Mishra (@SanatanaMishra)

Expand (also available now on Steam and you can get the amazing soundtrack here) by Chris Johnson and Chris Larkin

Chris Johnson (@HyperNexus)

Ninja Pizza Girl (also available now on Steam) by Disparity Games

Jason Stark (@DisparityGames)

Nicole Stark (@ColeStark)

 

One response to “The Action Points Podcast! Episode 107 – Aussie Indies and Rolling Babies with Chris, Jason, Nicole, and Sanatana

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