Like games? Be it tabletop gaming or video gaming, now is a good time to try enjoy some or try some out! Stir Crazy Yet? Gaming stuff: Neowin deals for today: https://www.neowin.net/news/weekend-pc-game-deals-detect-yourself-some-great-discounts Netflix for Xbox and PC games: https://www.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-game-pass https://geekculture.co/top-10-board-games-you-can-play-digitally-with-your-friends-on-steam/ Jackbox games: https://www.jackboxgames.com/ https://www.jackboxgames.com/how-to-play-jackbox-games-with-friends-and-family-remotely/ https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2474026?hl=en https://medium.com/@charliedeets/beginners-guide-to-streaming-on-twitch-dc2a7108fbd7 Tabletop gaming Stuff! Pagat has TONS of card game rules from Alert Internet Surfer Perry: https://www.pagat.com/ D&D freebies! https://dnd.wizards.com/remote/freematerial DriveThruRPG free/pay what you want games: https://medium.com/oneblogshelf/home-is-where-the-games-are-998460baa6cf Solo/two-player RPG stuff: https://medium.com/oneblogshelf/solo-duet-d-d-43e6527d458a Fighting Fantasy choose-your-adventure: https://store.steampowered.com/app/856880/Fighting_Fantasy_Classics/ Board game remix kit: https://www.polygon.com/2020/3/26/21195244/free-board-game-remix-kit And if you have a 3d printer: https://www.polygon.com/2020/4/10/21173630/dungeons-and-dragons-free-3d-printing-files-miguel-zavala And a bonus link from LD? Meditation! He found the following from Sam Harris (author and neurologist): https://samharris.org/how-to-meditate/
Our friends at OfficeMax/Office Depot on Dairy Road in Kahului have given us an AWESOME prize for the drawing this April. Retro-gaming is growing, and the classics are still fun! MSRP for the 1UP Space Invaders Counter-Cade is $235, but this could be yours FREE for the price of the email! Email us show topics, ideas, questions, and more to firstname.lastname@example.org. The drawing will be in April!
Crowdfunding with Aaron! – Part 1 Many a great idea has been stopped dead in its tracks by one thing: Money. Or, more appropriately, the lack of it. You may remember local boy Aaron Nakahara, both from our show here plus here and the Maui News a few years ago. He and his friend Chad Takahashi were making iOS games in their spare time, and having a great time with it. So, what’s Aaron up to now? He’s working on a new project and is currently getting funding together for it. Is he selling his soul (and project) to someone? Is he taking out a giant loan? Is he recycling every can and bottle he finds? Nope. He’s crowd-funding. Aaron’s game, “Fields of Eleria” just started its Kickstarter campaign, and you can find it on Facebook as well. What does crowd-funding mean? What does it require? How much work goes into this? Is it something you want to look into yourself? And more than that, what is this amazing game he’s planning to make?