Sometimes our reviews and discussions end up off topic enough from the game itself that we decide to split it into it’s own episode, and in our review of Celeste, we had quite a few of those. We had a busy month with non-gaming related life events, so we have a bonus episode with some tangents for you this time around!
We have something a little different for you, as some life stuff gave us less time than usual to play our selected games. Paul made an indie game! And we decided it might be interesting to do a postmortem about the development process.
Open Ocean is available on: Steam | itch.io
This month’s recommendations:
Frank suggests going on a picnic
Paul suggests Open Ocean, an indie game on Steam and itch.io
Ally suggests making a game, or a podcast, or knit a blanket, or something creative
This month, we played OneShot, developed by Little Cat Feet and published by Degica. And most of us didn’t actually finish it, since we took it at it’s word that you could only play once. We all revisited it to complete the story. And then have a chat about choice in games.
We wound up on a tangent during Episode 4 about early access. While it was a bit off-topic for the game itself, we felt it was interesting enough that it was worth sharing with you. No specific game reviews in this one.
We wound up on a tangent during Episode 2 about gender in games. While it was a bit off-topic for the games themselves, we felt it was interesting enough that it was worth sharing with you. No specific game reviews in this one.
This episode is just introducing ourselves and giving a quick overview of what we want to do with 37 Percent Unplayed, if you just want to get right to the game discussions, you can skip to Episode One.