ATR #22: SIX and PAX 2016! Expo extravaganza!
Hey folks! This giant-sized episode is all about the two major gaming conventions that happened this past weekend here in Seattle, which were: the Seattle Indie Expo, aka: “SIX”, and the Penny Arcade Expo, aka: “PAX”. Join That Guy Named John and returning guest Steve as they talk about their experiences at both of these festivals!
Time code breakdown for this episode
0:00 – 1m:03s: Intro live from the Seattle Indie Expo
1m:03s – 11m:05s: Interview with expo producer – Tim Cullings
11m:05s – 18m:43s: Interview with expo producer – Tony Yang from Studio Atma, who is a developer for the JRPG “Grava Star”
18m:43s – 29m:15s: Interview with Matthew Moore, the owner/ designer for Do Better Games, as we talk about his new game “Bring Your Own Book”
29m:15s – 42m:52s: Interview with Don Thacker, owner/ designer/ writer/ director/ shouter of things at Imagos Softworks. During this interview we talk all about their new game “Starr Mazer DSP”.
42m:52s – 1h:05m: That Guy Named John is joined by Steve back at the regular studio as they break down the Seattle Indie Expo and talk about their favorites.
1h:05m – 2h:07m: The last half of the episode is all about the monster of a gaming convention; PAX!
A massive thank you goes out to all of the creators and developers who agreed to be on this episode to talk about their projects!
Another thank you to both the Seattle Indie Expo and Penny Arcade Expo for hosting such incredible experiences!
Twitter links for the guests on this episode:
1. The Seattle Indie Expo: @sixatpax
2. Tim Cullings, producer for the Seattle Indie Expo: @timcullings
3. Tony Yang, developer for Grava Star: @studioatma
4. Matthew Moore, owner/ designer for Do Better Games: @dobettergames
5. Don Thacker, owner/ writer/ screamer: @imagossoftworks and @skinnytie
6. The one and only Steve from Stand Inside Media: @steveblog and @standinsidemedia
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