Something a bit different
Here’s something we don’t normally do. There’s a podcast by the rather talented Astrid Johnson, who you might know from her time at Rock Paper Shotgun. This is noteworthy for a few reasons, for started, it’s her podcast, and that’s reason enough to listen, but also, we’re involved. It’s focussed on indie games and all of the wonderful things that go into them. It’s a pretty exciting time for us and her, and we’re very excited to share the first episode with you.
You can, of course, listen to it here if you’d like, but it’s all over the podcast feeds as well, which means you should go and subscribe to it, you know you want to, it’s the right thing to do. Rather than read about it, I’m going to put Astrid’s words below here so that you can get her view of it all, but why not listen to it right now?
On this first episode of the Fast Travel podcast, we round up some free games on Itch, talk to the developer of a Tony Hawk’s-style street-unicycling game, chat about how gross Scorn looks, and explore the queer-coding of some of Kentucky Route Zero’s main cast.
Fast Travel is a podcast about everything happening in and around indie games. Think of it as a radio show, with news discussions, interviews, music spotlights, and special audio features and documentaries. It’s supported via Patreon. If you want to help fund the show, then click this link: https://www.patreon.com/jaffameister
Jason is the Editor of The Indie Game Website. He’s a lover of roguelikes, soulslikes, and other kinds of likes. He basically spends a lot of time getting beaten up in games and seems to enjoy it.