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Interviewing game industry insiders and discussing the latest in game business monetization, politics and gossip.

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Have you ever wanted a sandbox game similar to Spelunky that uses time travel as its central mechanic? That's exactly what Moresome Games is doing with Tic Toc - a time traveling sandbox game that allows you to bend time to your will.... more

E3 2014 has come and gone, but that's doesn't mean the discussion has to end! Join me as I discuss everything E3 - and the best part? You guys are invited! It's an all E3, all live call-in show, so if you want to discuss anything related to E3,... more

After seeing his first CHIKARA event (a US-based independent professional wrestling promotion), developer Jesse Smith knew that he had to find a way to create a game based on the colorful comic book-style characters of the beloved... more

Members of the studio Proscenium join me this week to discuss their upcoming multiplayer horror title, Spectre. But it isn't just any horror title: it's also available for the Oculus Rift, taking full advantage of the OC's unique features in... more

If you are a fan of turn-based strategy games or even strategic RPGs, then this week's episode is a must-listen. I have a chat with Mat Staltman of Bootsnake Games to discuss his team's latest game (currently seeking crowdfunding on... more

I'm not one for hyperbole, but Technolust may just be the killer app for the Oculus Rift. Throwing players into a cyberpunk world not so far into the future, Technolust is inspired by the best in cyberpunk fiction such as Deus Ex, Blade... more

If you love games with an epic tale (and we know you do), this week's episode is not to be missed. Ryan Lamb of Shadowforge is this week's guest, and we discuss everything about the studio's first game, Children of War: Blood and... more

If you are a fan of point-and-click adventure games, this episode is certainly not to be missed. A school teacher by trade, Petter Ljungqvist developed his first game, The Samaritan Paradox almost entirely by himself (he didn't have a hand in... more

It's a pleasure to welcome back two of the members of Black Shell Games to the show. It has been quite a few months since we last talked to them, but let me tell you: these guys have been busy! Their biggest game to date, Sanctuary RPG,... more

Ryan Laukat (President of Red Raven Games) is unlike any guest we've ever had on Game Academy Radio. Yes, he's an indie developer, and yes he has released his fair share of indie games, so what makes him different? He's a board... more

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