MAGFest had its way with us once again, and an exhausted Dave, Ben, Tim and Cory (plus a semi-conscious Steve squeezed into the rumble seat) recount their favorite moments!
Tex Murphy Card Game: A sexy late-night rendezvous with gog.com‘s Aaron Randolph reveals the depths of his dedication to the Tex Murphy franchise: his new card game based on the series may (or may not!) have the official blessing of the game’s creators!
The adventures of FMV hero Tex Murphy continue in this amazing new installment in the long-running series, and Dave’s old buddy Pantless Aaron of Gog.com is here to tell us all about it! Chaotic Fusion Big Finish Games
Ready for a pastel-cuteness overload? Dave gets the lowdown on the unique art direction and color-based puzzle mechanics of “Squirrely Roo Rabbit” from Boba Studios.
Kids are our future! Undoubtedly one of the most polished and professional games on the show floor, we pick the brains of the stupidly talented student team (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) behind “Legacy of the Shards.” We’re totally not jealous.
Dave never knew that a Doom/Dark Spire/Punch Out hybrid was the game he’d always wanted. We talk to the game’s creators about their unique retro vision! Demo the game here!
How do you rescue your game from a dead platform and help it find a new audience? We ask the creator of XBLIG hit “Super Multitasking” how to cut through the noise on Steam.
Dave joins the creator of roguelite Metroidvania “A Robot Named Fight,” Matt Bitner Games, to ponder whether Super Metroid is ONE OF the greatest games of all time, or THE greatest game of all time.
Dave and Ben recorded a carcast with special guests/passengers Messrs. Steve Smith and Cory Golabek. While they started talking about what they were excited for about Magfest 2018, the conversation got side tracked a number of times with talk of Christmas gifts, goings on, and Google Home (for some reason).
Dave and Ben discuss “Shuttlecraft One,” the Enterprise episode that answers the question “how do you make an audience not care?” Dave finds a nugget of goodness and begins to sway Ben’s opinion of the man, the myth, the Tucker.