Music by Scottish Chiptune artist Comptroller. Please scroll down to hear earlier podcasts..
As you may have heard on our last podcast, Tom is going to try and avoid firearms for this year’s marathon. Should this include all forms of ‘shooting’ such as bows, magic, superpowers etc?
|but is it any fun?|
Is it possible to find 24 hours worth of pacifist games apart from sports titles?
If you think 24 hours of non stop games sounds manageable, then why not challenge yourself further? Or adopt a theme? We’d love to hear from you about your plans for your Sick Kids Save Point marathon – email us your schemes and we’ll include them on the next podcast, and don’t forget to include your Just Giving fundraising page url…
We talk about Edinburgh’s Kilt walk, Quartic Llama’s new game, Project Shield, The Ouya, and many games including XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Vanquish, Dead Space 3, Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen, 39 steps and Middle Manager of Justice, amongst others . We also talk about health and safety during our 24 hour charity gaming marathon.
Here you go, a pilot episode for a Sick Kids Save Point Podcast! We are aware of the technical issues, so bear with us while we try and iron these out…
Ross and Tom discuss the Sick Kids Awards, Dare Protoplay, GTA V, what we’ve been playing and of course Scotland’s biggest charity gaming marathon.
The theme tune is by Scottish chiptune artist Comptroller. Check him out