PG, Tom Fulp, and many others say goodbye to Flash by making One Last Game.
NOTE: Wondering why the audio quality sounds different than usual? We're changing how we tackle the editing of our shows, opting to keep them a little looser and closer to the original recording. Think of it less like a buttoned-up official Podcast™ and more like an archive recording of an awesome live event. (That you can totally be part of. And should. Pressure pressure pressure.)
Hey, this was a huge show. So, as a send-off to Adobe Flash and a celebration of Ruffle and NG's efforts to preserve a generation of online games, a HUGE group of game developers decided to make one final game project on the platform. A few months of blood, sweat and tears later, many of these very developers are HERE to talk about the experience.
@PsychoGoldfish is joined by @TomFulp, @JohnnyUtah (for a bit), @Xinxinix (later on), and many, many guests. Tom also fields a ton of great Newgrounds-related questions from the guests and the audience. It's a good time.
Just a reminder to those who need it: Long podcasts are great to split up and listen to over several sessions! Don't bail on this episode just because you see the length -- give it a shot, you can always come back and pick up where you left off!
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