Posts from ‘Podcasts / Audio’ Category

Frigg’n Shopkeepers…

By: Tim

On: May 16th, 2007

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Arsecast relaunched.

BMcC EDIT: Press release in the extended…


Graham Goring, writer, producer and recording artist behind The Arsecast today announced that he likes petting cats and dogs and that he gives five pounds a month to the RSPCA. He also gives up his seat on the train to elderly people who would otherwise have to stand and regularly buys chocolate biscuits for his co-workers at the office to enjoy.

When asked about these and the many other good things he’s done, Graham was typically modest. “I, uh, really don’t like to talk about this kind of thing. All the good deeds that I do are done purely out of the kindness of my heart – I’m not seeking any kind of reward or kudos or recognition for them. I just do these things to make the world a better place. If my five pounds a month just helps save one darling little kitten, like this one… aaaww. Then it will have been worth it. Oh… and you forgot to mention my seven pound standing order which goes to Shelter every month. Y’know, for the tramps.”

If you keep listening to the Arsecast then these, and other charitable acts will continue. Capisce?

La-Mulana > Cave Story!

By: Tim

On: May 14th, 2007


Get the best indie game podcast here. hahaha…

February’s News Today

By: Brandon McCartin (BMcC)

On: March 22nd, 2007


Some said it could not be done, but the new Arsecast is out!

Some news featured: The Autofire Compo 2007, Aquaria at the IGF, and blah blah blah. Does he mention Guy Balding or what?






The Arsecast Double Feature

By: Tim

On: February 6th, 2007

arsecastYour regular show (which is always loaded with lots of fun and swearing), plus the special one hour interview with Nick Tipping (Moonpod Games) – who is actually still programming from his bedroom.

Some games mentioned: G-Force, Blast Miner, La-Mulana, Super Columbine RPG and more.

Edit: There’s a prize to be won by listening to this episode, so don’t miss it. (hint: it’s a copy of Mr. Robot)

Arsecast: Christmas Special

By: Tim

On: December 21st, 2006

arsecastIt’s Christmas! And to celebrate that fact, this Arsecast is not only late (but only so it’s nice and close to the big day – arf!) but it’s also about ten minutes longer than usual, running for a whole twelve minutes! ;)

Featured this month: Mr Robot, Ruff ‘n’ Tumble, Saucerlifter, The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz, Cortex Command, The Underside, Hero 2, Typhoon 2001, Knytt, Darkside Adventures, Ikachan, Die Die Galaxy, B-Intruders, Gamma Brothers, Paroxysm, Spud’s Quest, Return Of Egypt, Mr Pratt and Weird Worlds: Return To Infinite Space.

(From the RSS feed)

Arsecast Episode 4

By: Tim

On: November 9th, 2006


Arsecast Episode 4 is out.

Arsecast Episode 3

By: Tim

On: October 11th, 2006

arsecastPractically the best indie game podcast right now, because the rest of the competition just closed shop and disappeared.

You’ll hate listening to the programme if you make crap games and throw a tantrum when receiving constructive feedback. Others will enjoy the honesty, something most indie game sites lack.

(Photo stolen blatantly from oddbob’s blog)

Episode 2 is ‘ere

By: Tim

On: September 11th, 2006

arsecastA new episode of The Arsecast is out, reviewing games that I’m too lazy to write about properly. (Thanks!)

Each episode is just like The Godfather, complete with swearing, shooting and bad apples.

And yes, version A is worth fifty quid on eBay now.