This week we're joined by G and Stoo to discuss Stoo's impact on the UK video gaming scene, Cannon Fodder, some probing questions for him, and the potential impact of Rebellion buying the back catalogue of the Bitmap Brothers games.
In this very special episode of The Waffling Taylors Podcast, we were joined by G (aka #dontCallMeAudrey) and Stoio Cambridge. If you've ever played Cannon Fodder, or any of the Sensible games then you'll know his work.
We set G the task of coming up with some deep, philosophical, and technical questions, and I think you'll agree that he did swimmingly. We also discuss Stoo's impact on the UK video gaming scene, Cannon Fodder, some probing questions for him, and the potential impact of Rebellion buying the back catalogue of the Bitmap Brothers games.
All this and more, in episode 62 of The Waffling Taylors Podcast: It's Good to Be a Leg-End!
Full show notes, links to related stuff, music credits, and a full size version of the art work we've had done, check out: https://wafflingtaylors.rocks/2019/12/13/its-good-to-be-a-leg-end/
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A podcast by the Waffling Taylors - who are two brothers who love video gaming and talking nonsense.