EPISODE 91: SPACE JOCKEY
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EPISODE 91: SPACE JOCKEY, 1982, from U.S. Games, looks a lot like a game made by a company that mostly just makes oatmeal. ’cause it is! But we’re playing it anyway.
Why so much space? Who, exactly, is this “jockey” of which the game speaks? Are YOU the jockey? Am I the jockey? There’s not a single horse in this thing, so why do we even need a jockey. I’m so confused.
Thanks this week to Speck for the use of (a portion of) the song “I Don’t Care Anymore”.
Thanks also to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs “Reformat”, “Take a Chance” and “Pinball Spring”.
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