...Shit, before I forget, I wanted to thank you again Cash for the shoutout for steamhams last year when you had the creators of One Shot on the show (Episode 8) - today I checked the stats and noticed there was a spike in views. So I was trying to figure out where it came from and according to the stats it came from twitch? Apparently nightmargin did a playthrough, but she couldn't remember where she downloaded it from. Not a whole lot of views, but I really liked how the chat erupted with laughter at the best ending: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/767128136?t=00h19m45stotally worth it, made my year. Thanks again Cash ❤ XD. I'm going to listen to the rest of the episodes I've missed when I have some time.
...For those who don't want to check out Twitch, I originally wanted to show the moment in gif form, but i can't seem to get a hardcopy of the stream - So I decided to capture the chat instead:
Special thanks to Nightmargin (one of the creators of Oneshot) for streaming this. Holy shit dude, what an eye opening experience! Watching this raised my confidence a little. I was actually really worried people wouldn't laugh at all, so this was really cool to see! Also, special thanks to Cash for mentioning the game! I feel, Cash works really hard on Rpgmaker Cola, not only to get people together for each episode, but I actually feel like, this podcast is doing a lot to sort of humanize, a lot of the cool developers within the rpgmaker community, which I feel is kind of important - We may not be many, but there's a story being told here, that I feel might be worth listening to, if you listen for it carefully.
16-bitKing is a really talented rpgmaker and creator of last year's sorely overlooked, secret-best-game, Where The Moon Goes at Night(2019) And Kaempfer's been my #1 tester for all my games since I started using rpgmaker. It would be criminal not to mention MoonSong, because MoonSong is actually a pretty great game - I've been saying so on his gamepage!
Two really good games everyone needs to check out this year!