After a long break, we’re back! Luke & Gareth are joined by the still delightful and now super GamesMaster professional Sam Greer (@SamMGreer).
This episode, we play around with polygons in All Our Asias, a game with a striking aesthetic reminiscent of the PS1 era.
And then we we talk for far too long about Monster Hunter World and Metal Gear Solid Survive.
In episode 4, Luke and Gareth are joined by the best voice in the business, Lauren Aitken (@L_Aitken)
We talk about Where the Goats Are by Memory of God, a meditative farming game about milking goats in the face of the apocalypse.
In episode 3, Luke and Gareth are joined by the ever affable Callum Agnew (@AlwaysAgnew).
We talk about Emily Mitchell’s Fractured Minds, story/puzzle game about living with anxiety and other mental health issues.
Fractured Minds won a 2017 BAFTA award for gaming: 15-18 years.
In episode 2, Luke and Gareth talk about Date (Almost) Anything, a game about coffee, love and everything in between.
Hosts Luke Kear (that’s me!) and Gareth Monk take a look at Mandagon, a tranquil little game by Blind Sky Studios.
Only a week late but better late than never. New podcast about those oft overlooked cheap/free indie games. Get your ears around this and enjoy!
This Thursday, if all goes to plan, the first episode of Scratching the Itch will be available for your eager ears.
Every two weeks, Luke Kear, Gareth Monk and a lovely guest will delve into a free or cheap indie game – you know, those games that just about scratch the proverbial itch. Feel free to play the games we play so you can completely disagree with our opinions!
In the first episode, we’ll be joined by the delightful Jessica Thomas to talk about Robert Yang’s The Tearoom.
See you then!