This week, we get distracted. Last Saturday, we attended the Boston Festival of Indie Games and discuss what we like about that at the end! A big thank you to FIG for having us. …Everyone go retweet that fettuccine tweet, please. Host/Producer: Deanna Minasian Guests: Sydney Smith, Adam Osmani, Pat Bowden, Dan Silvia, Kennedy Parker, Greg Fernandes,Ricky Norton Intro/Outro: Tiffany Ma Twitter | Facebook | Twitch | Website | YouTube | Email
This past weekend was the fifth annual Boston Festival of Indie Games, a convention celebrating independent tabletop and video game developers, in the MIT Johnson Athletic Center in Cambridge, MA. Upon entering the venue, I was greeted with the sight of tons of indie game devs waiting to showcase their most recent projects, and when
The Lifecast’s Dungeon Master Greg Fernandes shares some of his D&D 5e homebrew ideas. This edition attempts to create more spells for the elements that got less love. This week, Ice.
This weekend we here at The Lifecast went to the 5th Boston Festival of Indie Games–or FIG for short. Not only was this my first FIG, but it was my first event as a member of the media/press, making this event all the more memorable for me. Not that I needed that for this event
Stranglehold is sequel to a classic action film and a great action game on its own Stranglehold is the official sequel to John Woo’s 1992 action masterpiece Hard Boiled. Interestingly enough, it’s a video game instead of a film. Stranglehold features the same shoot ‘em up action and melodrama Woo’s films are known for. Putting