EPISODE 117: MIDWEST GAMING CLASSIC WRAP UP
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I just flew in from Milwaukee and boy are my arms tired.*
*I didn’t actually fly. I drove.**
**My arms are fine. Thanks for asking.
I just came back from the 2018 Midwest Gaming Classic where I had a great time at the Atari Bytes table talking to current listeners and lots of potential new listeners. If you are one of those new listeners, welcome to the party!
I also picked up some great new games from the various vendors selling their wares, played some great arcade games and met a slew of well-known gaming people from the guys at the “Guys, Games and Beer” podcast to legends Billy Mitchell and Walter Day, and from game designers like Jeff Lee to Brian Colin.
This was my first time at MGC and the “Pie Factory” guys, Jim and Sean, were invaluable to making my experience awesome. Thanks, guys!
On episode 117, I talk about my time at MGC. AND…I read some of the “mad lib” style stories visitors to the AB table at MGC wrote for me. One lucky writer might win an ATARI BYTES t-shirt, like the one I wore at MGC. (Not the SAME shirt, mind you. That would be gross.) WHO WILL IT BE??????
Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs “Take a Chance”, “Pinball Spring” and “Reformat”.