How do you interview a person who does not exist? This is not rhetorical. We have it on good authority that Heather Flowers (@HTHRFLWRS) does not exist and yet our good friend Eric Crumrine (@ECrumrine) managed to finagle an interview with them. It boggles the mind.
The tabletop version of Heather’s LUDICROUSLY COOL game, Extreme Meatpunks Forever, is on Kickstarter right now and, as previously mentioned, is LUDICROUSLY COOL. You can be a queer person in a meat mech and punch neo-n*zis! It’s true! Also, you can do many of those things in real life so don’t let your dreams be dreams!
Once again, I need to give a special thanks to our friend and occasional guest host Eric Crumrine for interviewing our guest this week. If you want to hear more from Eric, you should check out his Twitch streams – https://www.twitch.tv/falconwizard. You can also message him on Twitter @ECrumrine in case you want him to be a guest on YOUR podcast or game or stream. It’s all the rage these days.
Our ad this week is for our spinoff/bonus podcast, “Jumping the Street Sharks”, the first three episodes of which are out right now! Our first episode is free to everyone but, after that, we’re going to use future episodes to entice people into supporting us via Patreon. Head to http://www.patreon.com/podofblunders to learn what your $1/$5/$10 pledge will get you.
You can also support us by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help us reach larger audiences so we can tell more people about the amazing indie games we play and the fantastic folks that create them.
Also, a special thanks to Rolemusic for our intro and outro tune taken from the track Pokimonkey! If you enjoy the tune, check out more of Rolemusic’s work here https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Rolemusic or learn about the artist here http://rolemusic.sawsquarenoise.com/
As always, if you have any questions or comments, let us know @podofblunders on Twitter or email@example.com. We truly love hearing from you!