ETAO Podcast, Episode 67.


We cross paths with Max Krieger and talk CROSSNIQ+ and the so-called, much-lately-in-vogue Y2K aesthetic. Come for the discussion of how aesthetics and attitudes toward technology are inextricable from history and politics, stay for a spirited endorsement of the indie game development scene in Cleveland (and of Cleveland in general).

Let’s Cross! Aim for THE TOP!

You can get CROSSNIQ+ on Steam, Itch, and Switch.
The soundtrack is available on Bandcamp.
You can also follow Max (and the game itself) on Twitter.
———
• At time of posting, Blizzard is still bravely trying to appear to stand for the right things while also trying to insist that they don’t stand for anything at all. We’ll give that show thing some more airtime once it’s clearer what it’s all going to mean.

• The Y2K Aesthetic Institute Twitter account is indeed a solid follow.

• Here are the “Scream” video and the “Blue” video.

• Yes, yes, The Designer’s Republic.

• Here’s some hackery coverage of the Alexa-baffling white noise blob

Here’s Train, should you want to try it out, as well as Max’s writeup thereof.

• Do check out The Cleveland Game Developers, game developers in and around Cleveland!

Ingenuity, too!

• And here’s that blessed and accursed Cheesecake Factory thread.
———
“All The People Say (Season 3)” by Holly Hyperion.
“CROSS TO THE LIMIT” by DV-i from UPLINK – CROSSNIQ+ Original Sound.
“Apple Blossoms” by Vernon Geyer.
“MECHANIQ” by ViRiX Dreamcore from UPLINK – CROSSNIQ+ Original Sound.

We’re on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Spotify, PocketCasts, Overcast, Breaker, and RadioPublic. You can also subscribe using good old-fashioned RSS.

Logo by Aaron Perry-Zucker, using Icons by by Llisole, Dávid Gladiš, Atif Arshad, Daniel Nochta, Mike Rowe, Jakub Čaja, Raji Purcell and IconsGhost from the Noun Project.

Left-click to play. Right-click to download.

Be the comment you want to see in the world.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.