We caught up with Stan from the team behind 0 A.D. and talked about the game, it's history, what it runs one, and why you should play this gorgeous, open source RTS game.
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We sat down with Stan from the team behind Play 0 A.D. which is a gorgeous, free to play, open-source RTS. We talked about the history of the game (did you know that it's been in development for 20 years?), what it runs on (including PS2, Switch, Raspberry Pi, and your 10-year-old laptop), and why you should try this game out - even if you're not into RTS titles.
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What is The Waffling Taylors Podcast?
So we’re the Waffling Taylor Boys: Squidgey and Jay.
Waffle (v): to talk or write a lot without giving any useful information or any clear answers
We play video games, we write, we talk, we joke.
We’ve both been playing games for as long as we can remember and thought why not start a podcast where we can talk about the games that we have played and the ones we’re looking forward to playing? And that's what we did.