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It’s been a whole two weeks since Fast Travel launched. Hopefully, you’ve given it a listen, but if not, you can do so by checking it out wherever you listen to podcasts. The first episode was a buffet of good indie game content and even had myself and the host, Astrid, chatting about Scorn, and why it’s gross and I, personally, hate it. I say hate, I still want to play it, but it also makes me need to shower, so it’s a mixed bag.
Anyway, episode 2 is now here, and rather than having to listen to me, you can just enjoy Astrid chatting to a few people about different indie games. If you want to know all about it, then we recommend you give it a listen. You can either simply have this page open and listen to it here, or you could download it to one of those fancy smartphones and listen to it on the go. Go to where? Who knows, but it’s a great companion for a smaller journey.
Alright then, here’s what Astrid says about the episode: “On this episode of the Fast Travel podcast, we roundup some games from itch.io’s Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality, ask Astrid Refstrup from Triple Topping about making games during a pandemic, chat with Matt Cox from Rock Paper Shotgun about Democratic Socialism Simulator, and delve into the politics of Umurangi Generation with developer Tali “Veselekov” Faulkner.” Sounds good, right? It’ll sound even better when you actually listen to it.
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.