When you back a crowdfunded project — on Kickstarter or elsehwere — exactly what does that mean? What’s the nature of your pledge, and what is the nature of your relationship with the developer thereafter?
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Helgraf Dragon joins us for an episode, and we learn a bit about him and his freaky avatar.
WtFD muses about the task of introducing his kids to computer games. Also, Spam Spam Spam Humbug crossed the 100,000 listens threshold this week, so thank you for listening.
Spam Spam Spam Humbug sits down with Colby Young and Gord Moran of IronOak Games to discuss For The King, and its beginnings in The Black Gate Board Game.
Withstand the Fury Dragon looks back at Ultima Forever a bit after the one-year anniversary of its shutdown.
At least for the moment, Spam Spam Spam Humbug is the most popular gaming-related podcast on Podbean.
Ultima 4 was released thirty years ago, if you can believe that. As such, the SSSH crew discuss the game, its legacy, and whether or not modern gamers can handle it.
An examination of games which have over- or under-delivered on promises made early in development.
How does the Ultima series handle masculinity and femininity? How are certain characters — or even the Virtues — portrayed as masculine/feminine?
Spam Spam Spam Humbug seems to be rather popular!
How much prominence does combat need to have in an RPG? How necessary should combat be to progressing through — or passing — the game? And is there something “lesser” about including an “easy” difficulty setting?
Spam Spam Spam Humbug is now hosted on Podbean, and is available on Stitcher (in addition to being on iTunes).
Eleven years ago, the Ultima Codex’s predecessor — Ultima Aiera — was launched. Some pretty wild stuff has happened since then.
The response to the announcement of New Project Britannia has been overwhelming, so let’s talk a bit about what the project needs and where we want to see it go.