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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In the next episode of Game Warp, we sit down with Hyroglyphik Games for a second time. This time, they have moved up to create a Kickstarter project for their upcoming 2 to 4 players couch co-op game King of the Hat. King of the Hat has a cute back story and some cool characters set in a world where everyone has a hat and the hat is their soul. Hear more in our podcast interview with them.
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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This episode, we sit down with three members of Irish game development team, Spooky Doorway. Spooky Doorway are the masterminds behind the upcoming pixelated point and click mystery adventure game, The Darkside Detective. Sitting down with us is their director and artist Paul, developer Tracey and writer Dave. They shed light on how the game as transformed from its first conception as a game jam project. They share how they each got into video games and game development as well as their views on the point and click adventure game market. Finally, we talk about The Darkside Detective and some of the decisions they made to create what they believe is a great gaming experience packed with humor and intrigue.
Thanks for watching! The Darkside Detective releases on July 27th on Steam. You can try out their demo and their online case, Polterguys right now.
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***Today is Game Warp Podcast’s first anniversary of our debut episode release!***
Today we also release our new episode! This time, we sit down with Aaron ‘Heatbox’ Heaton who is not only a professional travelling beatboxer but is a self-taught game developer and the one man team at Heatbox Games behind his debut game, Robots in the Wild currently in Steam Early Access. Robots in the Wild is a unique multi-genre game that fuses block-building (like Tetris), base-building and survival together.
We sit down with Heatbox to talk about not only how he got into gaming and game development and the games that he loves but also about Robots in the Wild and how it has changed to what it is today and what to look forward to.
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This is the first podcast episode to launch on the new Game Warp channel!
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This episode, Elwood and I sit down to chat with Paul Harrington from Super Walrus Games. Their upcoming game, Kaiju Big Battel:Fighto Fantasy was recently greenlit on Steam. It fuses Kaiju Big Battel into a Final Fantasy style and setting making it quite unique in its own way hoping to welcome newcomers to the game while appealing to the fans of these live monster wrestling performances. For those who don’t know Kaiju Big Battel, which I didn’t until days before the recording of this episode, it is quite the performance with some more than unique characters fighting against each other. Go on Youtube and you’ll be enlightened! However, how is it to turn it into a game and what does this all mean? How has the idea evolved? Super Walrus Games has quite the task on their hands. Check out our chat to learn about the game development process so far of Kaiju Big Battel: Fighto Fantasy.
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This time, we are talking with a two man independent game studio based in Montreal called Hyroglyphik Games. Their first release was a card game called Kalypto and then followed up with their debut mobile game called Zohm. Aside from talking about their games and how it came to be, we also talk about how they got into game development and the increasing appeal of tabletop/card games recently. Before we end the episode, they also share a few of their upcoming projects with us.
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Our first guest on the show for 2017 is Danny Weinbaum, Eastshade Studios developer who just released yesterday (February 8th, 2017) their first short first person adventure game, Leaving Lyndow, set in the world of their upcoming open world exploration game, Eastshade which is currently in development. We talk about his two games along with his jump into the indie scene, the creation of open world games and side track onto a discussion about what defines a walking simulator game.
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This weekend, we’ll be streaming our February featured game, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture on Twitch.
It’s time for the next podcast! We have quite a treat as we sit down with Cardboard Utopia, a Montreal-based game development company working on their first project which had an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign earlier this year called Children of Zodiarcs. Children of Zodiarcs is a JRPG with dice crafting and deck building mechanics. Its like the game that has both video games and tabletop games meshed up together. It is expected for an early 2017 release.
Game Warp sat down with their creative director, Jason Kim, to talk about their studio, how the name came to be, the game and its mechanics and also dive into the gaming industry and its revolution along with the Kickstarter experience among many topics.
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Game Warp has a new episode! It is time for an interview with an independent game developer. We sit down to chat with Urubu Studio who is a one man team headed by Gabriel Sauvé, who is developing a mobile diplomatic strategy game called Feudal Feud. It is currently in beta. You can find all the information on how to join in the beta near the end. Feudal Feud is a game based on the feudal system. We have a nice chat about the hurdles of developing a game on your own along with learning how to do it as you may be surprised by his background before he decided to start up this challenge.
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