Win a copy of Wooley Mountain on Nintendo Switch

We have 2 copies to give away one on the Switch and one on Steam for PC or MAC You need to go to @retrogamesmaste twitter and reply to the pinned tweet with a message with next number available and retweet the pinned post after. When we hit 500 RT numbers will be entered and chosen at random. Purchase a copy here Check out the interview here ABOUT THIS GAME Funded on Kickstarter with backers including legend of the genre Ron Gilbert, The Mystery of Woolley Mountain is an otherworldly…

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Video Kid Game Interview

Interview with Adam Jeffcoat by Peter Ward   Purchase game click the link       Credits A PIXEL TRIP STUDIOS GAME DIRECTED & DESIGNED BY ADAM JEFFCOAT PROGRAMMED BY LARSH HEDBERG ANIMATION BY JAKE HAWLEY & ALAN SERRA SOUND FX & MIX BY IBC SOUND SOUNDTRACK BY SAVANT First of all Welcome to Retrogamesmaster. What is your first gaming experience? My experience began when I visited my cousin in Canada back in about 1987 and he had a nintendo and this game called Paperboy. We both found it insanely…

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Act it Out

Interview with Martijn van der Meulen by Peter Ward Our Start Snap Finger Click was founded by Ed Gladwin and Martijn van der Meulen in November 2015. They originally met many years ago whilst working together at Sony PlayStation, and they both have long careers in gaming and technology, including stints at Yahoo! and Electronic Arts. Ed and Martijn were keen to put their years of experience to good use and try their hands at making something of their own, which led to the start of Snap Finger Click.   Our…

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Thimbleweed Park

Click here to purchase Team Thimbleweed Ron Gilbert was the 11th employee at Lucasfilm Games and is the creator of Monkey Island, the co-creator of Maniac Mansion and the creator of Pajama Sam. His love of adventure games can be described as “I don’t know what else to do”, and drives him forward each day. You can follow him on Twitter at @grumpygamer and on Grumpy Gamer. Ron is designing, writing and programming on Thimbleweed Park. Gary Winnick was the 6th employee at Lucasfilm Games. He co-designed Maniac Mansion and…

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