W4P EP 034: Scraps – Mondrian – All Guns on Deck

We start off this week’s episode with a news story about Nintendo suing a man for trying to throw a Pokemon party. After that we talk a bit about T-Mobile customers getting hacked through Experian and the UK’s new Consumer Rights Act. Then we look at a couple new patents Sony filed regarding motion controls for their Playstation VR and a quick bit about 3D movies. We finish off the news segment with a nice long discussion about NASA’s announcement of flowing water on Mars. Then Adam C. talks about a game called Scraps by Moment Studio out of New Zealand. Adam M. tells us about an Indiegogo for the x2 Sport Underwater Jet Pack and Peter talks about a game called Mondrian – Abstraction in Beauty by Lantana Games. Finally Jon finishes up the show with a review of a game called All Guns of Deck developed by Decaying Logic. A Lazy Knights production.


Nintendo lawsuit: http://arstechnica.com/

T-Mobile Experian hacked: http://abcnews.go.com

UK Consumer Rights Act: http://metro.co.uk/

Sony’s Playstation VR patents: http://www.whatafuture.com

NASA announces flowing water on Mars: https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/

Scraps: Modular Vehicle Combat: http://www.scrapsgame.com/

x2 Sport Underwater Jet Pack: https://www.indiegogo.com

Mondrian – Abstraction in Beauty: http://lantanagames.itch.io/mondrian

All Guns on Deck: http://decayinglogic.com/all-guns-on-deck/


Music courtesy of Josh Eckert.

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