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Stash Your Trash 2-1-23

On this episode we have a few updates of our own, then discuss indie games large and small, including Binky's Trash Service, Tres-Bashers and Rogue Legacy 2!

Opening/Our Game Updates 0:00 - 3:00
Binky's Trash Service 3:00 - 12:58
Tres-Bashers 12:58 - 25:29
Rogue Legacy 2 25:29 - 48:39
Closing Chatter/Wrap Up 48:39 - End

Getting Back to Basics 1-18-23

In our first episode of the year, we lay out some fresh game development goals, then chat about what kind of games we plan to check out in 2023!

Closing Out a Long, Strange Year 12-21-22

On our last show of the year, we talk about the last few indie games we streamed in 2022, including an early build of Autocards, a promising looking card-based RPG, and then check out a bunch or different projects made by two-person indie studio Arcane Circus.

Opening/Schedule Info 0:00 - 3:00
Autocards Early Build 3:00 - 18:47
Arcane Circus Games 18:47 - 30:24
Closing Chatter/Wrap Up 30:24 - End

Game Dev Discussions - Lily Valeen 12-7-22

In this episode we talk with Bossgame developer Lily Valeen about what it's been like launching a gay action game on mobile and how to stay true to yourself when making personal games. Then we wrap up the episode with our thoughts on Greek Tragedy, a PS1 inspired survival horror game coming to PC in 2023.

Lily V Interview 0:00 - 57:55
Greek Tragedy 57:55 - End

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The Final Boss is this Podcast 11-23-22

On this show we briefly grasp with yet another tragedy in America, then brighten things up with discussions on indie games we played recently including Omega Versus Vanguards and Bossgame: The Final Boss is my Heart.

Intro/Sadness/Politics Update 0:00 - 6:26
Omega Versus Vanguards 6:26 - 18:00
Bossgame 18:00 - 36:40
Plug Our Stuff/Wrap Up 36:40 - End

Youmacon thoughts and future plans 11-9-22

In this brief update episode, we share our post-vote election worries, discuss out weekend at Youmacon, contemplate the end of Twitter and lay out tentative plans for our game dev, streaming and podcasting future.