Indie game development podcast (LFG Podcast)

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  1. DukeofRealms


    Apr 5, 2015
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    The LFG Podcast is where developers join panelists to discuss the process of designing, creating, and publishing their latest games.

    In September last year, my team (Schine GmbH) attended TwitchCon. It was a great experience; we met a lot of streamers, other game development companies and plenty of fans. One of those streamers was Tritemare, who is a panelist for a new indie game development podcast.

    The LFG Podcast consists of:

    Tritemare - partner and team member of the Team2G Stream team
    Narz - Video Game Marketer, CEO of GGVogue and video game psychologist
    Zenoren - Designer for Dark Age of Camelot (Broadsword Online Games)

    The format of the current season is as follows:

    Hour 1 - Game Breakdown – observations, questions, story of the creation of your game (Decisions, challenges, inception through creation)

    Hour 2 - Holistic View – Inspirations, Compare Contrast, Further Analysis, ETC.

    Panelists play the game before the show and send questions one week before the interview.

    A few days ago the LFG Podcast took a look at our game StarMade and interviewed our lead developer. You can check that out below!

    The team at LFG Podcast are currently reviewing if this can continue into a season 2, so if you have any suggestions or comments for them, please make sure to post them here, on twitter or on one of their videos!

    If you're interested in getting an interview for your game, you can email the team at
    bantamcitygames and metateen like this.
  2. metateen

    Moderator Indie Author

    Aug 31, 2015
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    Late response, gotta respond to that superior seat ya know(pls don't be mad <3 )

    From this, its actually far from bad, it can get ya know...silent but keeping a topic going for a while can be a bit difficult though overall I may actually email this team a few of my games in the future.

    I like'em.

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