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In a fit of megalomania, JM decides that he'd like to spend an episode talking about voice-acting, and the fellas talk about some of the best and worst voice acting that they've experienced in games. Also, E3 just happened.
Free Lifer and Terra Nil project lead Sam Alfred pops in, to dish the deets on how he got to where he is and what it's like "working" at Free Lives.
JM is back from building his boat, and so instead of talking about video games, Robbie and JM talk about the process of building a boat!
While JM builds a boat, Robbie enlists photographer, podcaster, and all-around games industry creative butterfly, Gareth Dutton, onto the Forkcast to talk about documenting game development and why Robbie will never win at fighting games.
Straight from the release party for Essays on Empathy, Devolver Producer Juan de la Torre shares his heartfelt philosophy for taking games from dreams to reality.
Excitement abounds as Robbie and JM explore their own personal histories with the experience known as hype, and question the value of such all-consuming emotional investment.
After more than a year of ForkCasting, JM and Robbie finally take the plunge into listing their favorite and most notable multiplayer and cooperative games.
As requested by someone on the Devolver Discord server, JM and Robbie attempt to convey what the "typical" life cycle of an indie game might be, from preconception to the afterlife.
Devolver employee Matt Nickerson muscles his way onto the ForkCast to tell his story, and, unfamiliar with the concept of being a guest, makes it his business to antagonize Robbie and JM.
Bereft of compelling content, JM and Robbie shjoot the shjit about what games they've been playing, hypothesize superior methods of human/digital interface, and consider the necessity of rebranding an archaic and offensive term that somehow still exists.
Special guest Adoné Kitching, currently of Devolver's production team and previously of Free Lives, shares her experiences and journey from the world of cultural anthropology to the world of herding cats.
Celebrating one year of the ForkCast, Robbie and JM invite the real marketing genius Nigel Lowrie to share his secrets of excellence and, more importantly, faking excellence.
In JM's absence, Robbie delivers a meandering soliloquy to nobody in particular about how to be less like Devolver and more like you.
Websmith to the stars, Eli Penner joins the Forkcast to talk about creating dope-ass webpages for all of your favorite Devolver titles.
JM and Robbie give thanks for the moments in videogames and their experiences within the videogame industry that fill them with gratitude. Thanks for listening!
"Loop Hero" devs Blinch and Finlal share the story of Four Quarters' origins and the genesis of the soon to be legendary "Loop Hero" devs Blinch and Finlal share the story of Four Quarters' origins and the genesis of the soon to be legendary "Loop Hero" devs Blinch and Finlal share the story of Four Quarters' origins and the genesis of the soon to be legendary "Loop Hero"...
The miracle man behind the memes, Oliver Hindle of Mediatonic shares the story of his nonchalant genius as commander of the Fall Guys Twitter account and drops a couple surprises on Robbie and JM!
Robbie and JM talk about videogames based on movies. Robbie completely fails to mention Home Alone.
Bereft of ideas for a "topic," Robbie and JM just chill and chat for a while, takin' it eeeeeasy.
In JM's absence, Robbie mans the ramparts and sets sail for adventure into the development of Olija, the passion project of swashbuckling solo developer Thomas Olsson.
Devolver Digital co-founding member, Chief Strategy and Synergy Compliance Officer, and notorious Scot: Graeme Struthers shares the history of his meteoric rise to power, as well as his top ten secret insider methods for dumping his responsibilities onto Kate.
Fashionistas supreme, JM and Robbie rattle off the videogame characters that they consider to be the best dressed of all time.
Robbie and JM share the games and digital moments which transport them best to another world.
The year is 2021, and in honor of that incremental increase in chronological progression, Robbie has come up with a quiz of 21 questions for JM.
In that awkward week between Christmas and New Years, JM and Robbie don't know what to say, but keep talking anyway.
Robbie and JM compare notes on which games most inspire them with the spirit of the holidays. Be ready to turn down the volume for a brief portion of JM's first choice, it gets a little loud.
Smitty, Co-Founder of Special Reserve Games, joins the ForkCast to share his experiences and excitements from the world of creating collectible physical editions of everyone's favorite videogames.
To celebrate the announcement that Boomerang X is an official Devolver title, Robbie invites the entire team from DANG! onto the Forkcast to talk about their journey and their game. Cacophony ensues.
Devolver Digital Producer and inventor of the Tamagotchi Haircut, Andrew Parsons, slides onto the ForkCast to share his infinite wisdom and bring a modicum of structure to Robbie and JM's slapdash little show.
Roll7 co-founder and BAFTA darling John Ribbins kickflips onto the Forkcast to talk about Olli Olli, Not a Hero, and more.
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