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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Well, everything is kind of relative, right? The little detour because of our mostly technical (but other issues did occur) situation finally seems to have been caught up. We’re only about a week later than usual for the featured reviews and that is pure awesomeness in my mind at least.
With that said, 2013’s puzzle platformer The Cave, developed by Double Fine Productions was our March featured game. Its one that I dabbled in years ago in the demo and kept waiting for a discount and always forgot or just missed it. Whichever it was, I finally got to check it out.
In this podcast, we review it and discuss what works and what doesn’t.
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The next Game Warp episode is our review of Seasons After Fall, developed by Swing Swing Submarine. Seasons After Fall was released on PC primarily and recently released on console. Seasons After Fall is an exploration platformer with hand-drawn art style. It uses the concept of seasons and utilizes nature to become a game mechanic.
Join us as we discuss this game from its mechanics to its art and the story.
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The next episode is here! This time Elwood and I sit down to review Little Nightmares, a game by Swedish game developers Tarsier Studios. You may recognize them as they were involved with the Little Big Planet series. Now, they decided to make their first original game which turns out to be this 3D puzzle-stealth platformer, no narrative, atmospheric game starring a 9 year old yellow raincoat clad girl that tries to escape the Maw which has held her captive.
We start off with a discussion and review of the game with minor spoilers. After the ratings, we jump into an additional conversation on theories for those who have played this game and have heavy spoiler alert.
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Welcome to the next episode of Game Warp Podcast! This time we are reviewing the recently released game, Inside by Playdead to round out our double feature. Continuing from last time, our guest reviewer Greg from The Debatable Podcast and All The Pieces Matter join us as we talk about Inside: our thoughts, theories and Elwood even pitches a great idea for Playdead’s next game.