RPG MAKER COLA PODCAST #011: THERAPISTS, MOONS & EYES (W/ 16BITKING, CALUNIO & STARSKIPP)

It’s a chill space where we get together skilled developers from the RPG Maker community to chat cordially and occasionally non-cordially about game development, game design and probably a whole bunch of unrelated other stuff, too!



RPG MAKER COLA - EPISODE #011
"Therapists, Moons & Eyes"



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Host & Guests:
- CashmereCat: https://twitter.com/thatbennyguy
- 16Bit: https://twitter.com/Prosciutto_Man
- Calunio: https://rpgmaker.net/users/calunio/games/
- StarSkipp: https://twitter.com/StarOSkipp


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SYNOPSIS:
Your favourite game developers talk about therapists, anxiety, the utility of custom art, Space Funeral, how hard it is to complete projects, working on art for a whole bunch of stuff, and sandwiches.

It’s casual, it’s cool… it’s Cola!


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RPG Maker Cola Links:
= Twitter: http://tiny.cc/rmc-tweety
= iTunes: http://tiny.cc/rmc-itunes
= Spotify: http://tiny.cc/rmc-spot
= RPGMaker.net: http://tiny.cc/rmc-rmn


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Have a wonderful evening!

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Really loved this one. Listening Calunio talk for the first time sure was something else.
Nice job.
author=CarlosDavilla
Really loved this one. Listening Calunio talk for the first time sure was something else.
Nice job.

Hahaha I'm glad it made an impression.
Talking in English for 3h straight for the first time was quite challenging too.
author=calunio
author=CarlosDavilla
Really loved this one. Listening Calunio talk for the first time sure was something else.
Nice job.
Hahaha I'm glad it made an impression.
Talking in English for 3h straight for the first time was quite challenging too.

I bet it was, haha. You did a good job, though.
Must say that I really relate with you in the part where you say that you make games on a darker side of things. I also tend to either write or produce something in a more bleak and psychological perspective. Nothing actually good like yours, however.
Very few games touch those themes in a good and consistent way, in my opinion. There should be many more.
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