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Sup Holmes is reborn with Fist Full of Gun's Paul G.


2:35 PM on 03.31.2013



This week on Sup Holmes we welcome Paul "Farmer Gnome" Greasley to the program. Paul has made a wide variety of games in his time, from the pioneering "Feel Bad" title Edmund, to more recent, more accessible fun like Fist Full of Gun, to the mysterious and beautiful Under the Garden, and of course Rambros. You can't forget Rambros. Most of his games are free, so if you have the time, check them out.

We'll be talking to Paul about how he got started in development, how he and the gaming world have changed over the years, programming and artistic techniques, what his thoughts are on the very "Feel Bad" Cart Life winning big at the IGF, and whatever else he wants to discuss. Join us at 1pm PST/4pm EST for a caffeine-fueled Easter Egg-stravaganza. 






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