ETAO Podcast, Episode 49.
Philip Buchanan went indie so that he could finish 39 Days to Mars, a consummately silly co-op-as-comedy physics-and-gadgets puzzle-’em-up rendered in florid trichromatic line drawings and bone-dry Britishisms. The result is as delightful as any cuppa could hope to be be.
In this episode, Philip stops by to talk about the joys of being a solo developer, the importance of collaborating even so, and the occasional social perils of frank, unwinking Kiwi humor.
Intro: “All The People Say (Season 3)” by Holly Hyperion.
Corrections: “All Wrong” performed by the Isham Jones Orchestra.
Segue: “The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan” by Chris Zabriskie, from Undercover Vampire Policeman (and the 39 Days to Mars soundtrack).
Technical Difficulties: “Apple Blossoms” by Vernon Geyer.
Outro: “That Kid in Fourth Grade Who Really Liked the Denver Broncos” by Chris Zabriskie, from Undercover Vampire Policeman (and the 39 Days to Mars soundtrack).
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