The next Game Warp Podcast is here and we’re sitting down with a solo game developer and talking about his recently released game called Spectrum Break.
Spectrum Break is a colorful synth-infused physics platformer. Playing as a little surfer dude, you have to light up all the blocks however zero gravity also plays into this game so that whenever you touch a block, it shifts, making it harder to reach where you need to go. It was released earlier this year at the end of March.
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A little change of pace over at Game Warp Podcast this week. Paired with the release of Ready Player One, we review and discuss the source material, the novel of the same name by Ernest Cline. At the same time, we talk about the 80s references and execution while also looking at what we saw in the trailers and our expectations from the movie.
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After a rather longer than usual hiatus due to the technical difficulties I’ve talked about here before with my computer which does the video editing, we’re finally back with an overdue 2017 in review episode with our darling friend and guest Insomnia Knights. We talk about our thoughts on 2017 games and some games that stood out for us as well as some little tangents on Telltale Games and our feelings about the Nintendo Switch now that its finally released and has a few games released.
Do remember that this is 2 months after our recording. Better late than never, right?
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Its time for the episode to wrap up 2017 for Game Warp Podcast!
Our December featured game is Tales from the Borderlands. We sit down in this podcast to review the game. We discuss some of the mechanics and how Telltale Games has changed from earlier games to the more recent ones. Tales from the Borderlands is a spinoff from the Borderlands game franchise. The story and characters are two important things that we take a look at as well.
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November’s featured game over at Game Warp Podcast was this year’s narrative adventure by Giant Sparrow called What Remains of Edith Finch.
What Remains of Edith Finch is already grabbing some nominations in the upcoming Game Awards and it seemed fitting to take a look at it. Elwood and I review this game and the twist it takes on what we know nowadays as walking simulators.We take a look at the story, or should I says stories and the gameplay mechanics and whether we think its worth all the praise its been getting since its release earlier this year.
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If you subscribe to the channel, most days there is something. It might be gameplay or a short review on newer games. We took a month off from interviews since Montreal Comiccon and Dreamhack Montreal hit town along with June’s E3 coverage. However, we are back.
This episode, we have a chat with Kevin Giguere of Dragon Slumber Games to talk about his game Astral Traveler that releases on Steam today ( September 13th).
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July’s featured game is Moon Studio’s Ori and the Blind Forest, a game with so much talk even though it was released back in 2015. Will it live up to its hype? You will see as we discuss the game mechanics, how it runs as a Metroidvania and what we love and what comes up short. Ori and the Blind Forest is a visual feast, there is no doubt about that just from any screenshots you see but is it going to be style over substance?
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