We're thrilled to welcome our guest for Ep. 97, Austin actor, game developer and all-around entertaining human !
He talks with Tolly and Omar about everything from being cast in Dazed and Confused to his work with Juegos Rancheros and Fantastic Arcade, helping to foster and promote Austin’s indie games We also talked about the relative value of our personal collections (none of us has $75,000 in “Magic” cards), emotional games such as That Dragon, Cancer. and, as always A Toast to thing we love this week including itch.io, Bitch Planet and Note to Self Radio. We also announce on the show an adult coloring contest we’ll be posting about tomorrow on the blog.
Come give a listen! If you just want the audio, you can find it on iTunes, Stitcher and the SoundCloud link below:
(this is the first of three "Uber of..." profiles I'm posting on the Digital Savant blog this week. Enjoy!)
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