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The podcast for gamers and developers alike! Currently the only podcast specifically geared towards the latest adventure games. You can find the all the latest interviews, news and reviews here. In every two episodes we have interviews with adventure game developers as we get to know the people who make these games. We find out what they’re favourite games are, what inspired them to make adventure games and then we go behind the scenes on how they make their games, what advice they give anyo ...
 
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This week our intrepid trio, Seoirse, Laura and Tomas, go looking for beer in Dude Where’s my Beer and love in all the wrong places in Leisure Suit Larry Wet Dreams Dry Twice and they become chickens, literally in this case, as they review Chicken Police. They also discuss the latest news with Sam and Max Remastered, Stasis: Bone Totem, Suzerain an…
 
This week, Seoirse gets counselling from Matthew Seiji Burns, the writer, director and music composer of the AI Counselling game Eliza. In this interview Matthew talks about what it was like working on two of the biggest selling gaming series of all time, why he decided to go indie and he talks all about his latest game Eliza including how close we…
 
On this week’s episode Seoirse, Laura and Tomas review a collection of short games, they investigate demonic murders and they review a Lucasarts classic: but is it really as good as good as people remember? All that and much more! 10mg Steam Page Itch.io The Last Show of Mr Chardish Steam Page Lucifer Within Us Official Site Full Throttle: Remaster…
 
This week Salix Games founder and Bafta Breakthrough winner Jessica Saunders joins the pod to talk about her game “Dance of Death: Du Lac and Fey”, the game where two Arthurian legends team up to stop Jack the Ripper. She discusses myths, legends, why she wanted to tell a version of the Jack the Ripper story through one of the victim’s eyes and how…
 
This week Seoirse, Tomas and laura go through their favourite demos from the Steam Summer Festival 2020. Afterwards they also review Welcome to Elk, Lightless and Inkle Studio’s latest release, Pendragon. Welcome to Elk Official Site Lightless Steam Page Pendragon Official Site Adventure Games Podcast Official Site Laura Cress Twitch If you would l…
 
This week Andrew Schneider sits down with Seoirse to discuss his text adventure where you get to play as Robin Hood in Nocked. In this interview he talks about the different features in his game, why he wanted to make a game about Robin Hood, how he managed to make a game with more than 1 million words (!) without going crazy, and what differences …
 
This week Seoirse, Tomas and Laura journey to Medieval France to search for the holy grail (and put booze in it naturally) in Lancelot’s hangover. Meanwhile Tomas talks about his “big hammer” while playing Kingdom of Amalur and finally, Laura goes both Beneath and Beyond a Steel Sky and gives us her thoughts on those games. Steam Game Festival Autu…
 
This week Jean-Baptiste joins Seoirse to talk about the making of his game Lancelot’s Hangover. In this interview Jean Baptiste talks about how he got started making games, some of the difficulties he had getting his game on Steam due to the size of Lancelot’s “package”, what puzzles we can expect and why he loves the humour of Monty Python and how…
 
We’re a little late this week but we still have a lot to discuss including Myst in VR! A new Lesiure Suit Larry game! And first footage from Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition. Plus we review the latest games we have been playing including Epic Games exclusive 3 out of Ten, The Shapeshifting Detective and Tell Me Why. Myst VR Lesiure Suit Larry: Wet Dr…
 
This week Seoirse “interrogates” developers Critique Gaming about their latest game “Interrogation: You will be deceived”. Thankfully no torture or violence was necessary as the developers were willing to spill the beans about their game including their inspirations, what their objectives are and how they managed to achieve their unique visual look…
 
This week Laura hosts for the first time and just about manages to keep Seoirse and Tomas in order and on track. Seoirse reviews the Netflix Games Documentary High Score which features, albeit briefly, a certain Robert and Ken Williams. Then Tomas and Laura discuss the best demos they played at Gamescom and finally Laura reviews Roki, a game set in…
 
This week Jason Godbey joins Seoirse to talk about his two games :”The Search” and “Discolored”. In the interview he discusses how he first got involved in the gaming industry, why he decided to make his games so different to each other and how he wanted to tell a story a different way in Discolored without any dialogue or voice acting. He also dis…
 
This week Seoirse realises his lifelong dream of being a standup comedian in Clam Man: Open Mic with predictable results. Tomas and Laura also join Seoirse this week to review the latest adventure games they’ve been playing including the second game from the developers of Gone Home. All that and much more! Nairi: Rising Tide Prologue Steam Page Sti…
 
The lead developer of Deliver us the Moon joins Seoirse to talk moon landings, how his game evolved from its creation, how they came up with the story, what research they did and much more! Deliver us the Moon Official Site Steam Adventure Games Podcast Official Site If you would like to stay up to date make sure you subscribe to the podcast. You c…
 
The Last of Us Part 2 is one of of the highest selling games of all time and with the story getting so much attention and causing so much controversy we thought we would record a two part spoiler episode. In these two episodes we talk about all the twists, the revelations and the themes of the game and much much more more. *Also since this is a spo…
 
The Last of Us Part 2 is one of of the highest selling games of all time and with the story getting so much attention and causing so much controversy we thought we would record a two part spoiler episode. In these two episodes we talk about all the twists, the revelations and the themes of the game and much much more more. *Also since this is a spo…
 
In this week’s shorter than usual episode Seoirse is joined by...himself as Tomas and Laura leave him to fend for himself to review some free prologues, a free visual novel, a sitcom set in the worst game development studio of all time and a post-apocalyptic sci-fi where the robots have taken over the world but some of the robots are becoming more …
 
This week Martin from Team Clam joins Seoirse to talk our comedy adventure game of 2019, Clam Man! He talks about the aftermath of Clam Man, what his inspirations for Clam Man 2 were, why he changed the look of Clam Man 2 and what benefits and challenges he is facing now that he is working solo. All that and much more! Clam Man Twitter Clam Man: Pr…
 
This week Seoirse, Tomas and Laura talk travel to the Croatian mountains, go on a treasure hunt, entor a dream to try and save a person who is suffering from severe depression, go back to the wild west and travel in a bleak, desolate, post-apocalytic setting. But enough about 2020! They also review The last of Us Part 2 and discuss if this game rea…
 
On this week’s episode Filipe F. Thomas developer of Into a Dream joins Seoirse to discuss his new game. They also talk about the topics of the game, what can be done to discuss mental health more in the gaming community, what Filipe hopes to achieve with this game, how he managed to convince professional voice actors to volunteer to play character…
 
On this final interview celebrating 30 years of Revolution, Rolf Saxon joins Seoirse to talk about his role as George Stobbart. In this interview, Rolf talks about how he got the role to begin with, what it's liek working with the team at Revolution, what appealed to him about the script, why he thinks Broken Sword has become so successful plus muc…
 
First they spoke to The Guardian and now Arseniy and Laura from Party for Introverts speak to Seoirse from the Adventure Games Podcast. They’re definitely going up in the world! On this episode they take a time out to discuss their games and their approach to making games in general. They also talk about the benefits and challenges to making short …
 
To continue our celebration of 30 years of Revolution, Broken Sword series producer and writer Steve Ince jojns Seoirse to discuss his experience at revolution. He talks about how he first joined the studio, his role working on Beneath a Steel Sky. He then goes into some detail into the development of Broken Sword and he also discusses his book “Wr…
 
Back in 1994 Beneath a Steel Sky was released. This game would go on to become a beloved classic. Now 26 years later, the sequel Beyond a Steel Sky is finally upon us. It’s safe to say that this is the most eagerly anticipated adventure game of the year but does it live up to expectations? In this episode Seoirse gives a non spoiler review and reve…
 
This week Charles Cecil, the mastermind behind classics Beneath a Steel Sky and the Broken Sword series, joins Seoirse, and after some slight fanboyism from seoirse, he then talks about how their partnership with Apple came about, his design philosophy regarding puzzles and story in video games and why it took him 26 years to make Beyond a Steel Sk…
 
In this first episode celebrating 30 years of Revolution, co-founder Tony Warriner and Seoirse go back in time to talk about the objectives of Revolution when it was founded, and they go behind the scenes on all their games as Tony gives some fascinating anecdotes about the making of Lure of the Temptress, Beneath a Steel Sky and of course, the Bro…
 
The Adventure Games Podcast is up for the Podcast Awards!We are up against some very stiff competition and much like adventure games we are punching above our weight. However, if you would like to help us, and in turn help adventure game developers who come on the show and help prove to the world that the adventure game genre is still very much ali…
 
This week, Seoirse, Laura and Tomas discuss Will Ferrell’s new Eurovision movie and what a Eurovision adventure game would look like. We also have time to discuss the latest adventure games including the Life is Strange prequel, a fun puzzle game, one of the weirdest games ever made and a new conspiracy thriller set in Miami. Also if you get a chan…
 
Marko from Red Martyr Entertainment joins Seoirse to discuss his upcoming game Saint Kotar and the free prologue Saint Kotar: The Yellow Mask, available now on Steam. He talks about the plot, gameplay, he gives an example on how the choices will have consequences in the game, which famous actors will appear in the game and he also talks about what …
 
This week Armaan talks to Seoirse about his hit game Rainswept which certainly “swept” the adventure game genre when it was released way back in February 2019. Armaan talks about quitting his day job to become a full time indie developer and he talks about the game in more detail including what research he did, what were his objectives when he foun…
 
This week Seoirse goes fishing with the Night Fisherman and goes on a search for the Hand of Glory, Laura goes on “A Short Hike” through the woods, and then Tomas, eh, goes home. We also talk about those three games and we also have a (hopefully) final discussion based on a highly scientific Facebook poll about whether 3d works with adventure games…
 
This week Vit Sisler, the lead developer of Attentat 1942 and the upcoming game Svoboda 1945 joins Seoirse to discuss his award winning games. They also discuss the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia and why they focus on the civilians’ stories during this time period, how they found the right actors to portray these characters, why they included fl…
 
On this week’s episode Laura reviews “Papers, Please”, the first game by Lucas Pope before he went on to make his classic game “Return of the Obra Dinn”. She also discusses the latest FMV game “Dark Nights with Poe and Munro” from the developers of “The Shapeshifting Detective”. Then Seoirse goes back in time to talk about about the second FMV game…
 
This week Lewis Wodhouse, founder of Video Game Marketing Consultant Neon Bedlam joins Seoirse to talk about his company and how they help game developers market their games, help them set up Kickstarters, write press releases and prepare for events and everything else they do to help developers. He also gives truly wonderful advice about what to w…
 
This week Captain joins Seoirse to talk about his award winning game Captain Disaster: Death Has a Million Stomping Boots which has just been released on Steam. He talks about the characters and how he got the name “Captain Disaster”, the inspirations, the type of humour he was going for, types of puzzles he hates and will definitely NOT appear in …
 
In this bonus episode Scott Clark from the Gaming Outsider Podcast joins us once again to discuss Final Fantasy VII Remake. While this is not an adventure game it does have a strong focus on narrative and there is an Easy setting so people who don’t usually play RPGs or games with combat can still play this for the story. Scott tells us how he very…
 
This week Seoirse, Laura and Tomas get together (virtually) to review the latest games they have played including Late Shift, Summit of the Wolf, Cloudpunk and a new game from the legendary Ron Gilbert, Delores: A Thimbleweed Park Mini-adventure. Plus we discuss puzzles in older adventure games compared to new adventure games and we discuss how Tom…
 
In this bonus episode Chris Ainsley joins Seoirse to talk about his text adventure creator for kids and beginners Adventuron. In this interview Chris talks about how people can create their own text adventure even if they have never made one or don’t have much experience with code. He also talks about some of the games he has created using Adventur…
 
This week, James Dearden joins Seoirse to celebrate the 5 year anniversary of the release of Technobabylon, one of the most higly acclaimed adventure games of recent times. He also has some interesting anecdotes about his slightly irregular start in games development and he also finds the time to give us an update on progress of Technobabylon 2 and…
 
This week Seoirse is joined once again by Tomas Becks from The Gaming Outsider and Laura Cress from Adveturegamers as we go back in time to Post Franco Spain, the dark ages and the renaissance. Then as if real life wasn't post-apocalyptic enough we review what many consider to be one of the best narrative games of all time and Laura then gives us a…
 
This week Gamechuck join Seoirse to discuss their unique first of a kind story-driven roleplaying adventure set in the Animal Kingdom on the verge of both industrial and social revolution. Find out why this is the first game from Croatia co-funded with the support of European Union's Creative Europe - MEDIA Programme. They delve into the gameplay m…
 
Zombie aliens have taken over the world! And it’s up to an ordinary guy to save the world. Peter from Xorom GMBH joins Seoirse this week to discuss how he came up with this fascinating premise and he also talks about his inspirations for the game as well as how he created his own engine for the game plus much more! Paul Pixel Official Site Paul Pix…
 
This week Stave Studio join Seoirse to give top secret intel on their spy thriller, Over the Alps. Sam, Josh and Harry talk inspirations, how Jon Ingold got involved and what changed with his involvement, they discuss the story and how they were able to get the game translated into different languages. Finally they talk about what updates they incl…
 
This week Seoirse, Tomas and Laura discuss an FMV game straight from the headlines about two people in quarantine and on lockdown to try and prevent the outbreak of a virus in London. Then they talk about a protagonist who desperately wants to be taken seriously. Then when they finish talking about Seoirse they review Nick Bounty and the Dame with …
 
This week, former Telltale Lead designer Mark Darin joins Seoirse to discuss his time at Telltale including what it was like to work with Ron Gilbert on Tales of Monkey Island, how Jurassic Park would go on to inspire the development of The Walking Dead and how he came up with the story for the creepiest episode of The Walking Dead. He also talks a…
 
This week, our three intrepid heroes bravely come out of self-isolation to discuss what games they would suggest playing when self-isolating. Later Tomas and Laura discuss Disco Elysium again while Seoirse becomes an assassin for a demonic, satanic cult. Laura also finds time to use nonograms to resolve a murder and Tomas and Seoirse talk clocks in…
 
“The Coen brothers of adventure games” Chris and Nicolas Bishoff join Seoirse this week to talk about their latest game Beautiful Desolation. In this interview they talk about inspirations for the story, how they created some of the characters in the game and how they used real world events for their game plus much more! They also discuss South Afr…
 
A few weeks ago, some of the top adventure game developers got together at Pax East in Boston and discussed the future of adventure games. They also spoke about what makes their own games unique, how they make interesting puzzles and what they believe a great adventure game should include. So sit back and enjoy this special bonus episode panel disc…
 
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