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Episode 5 – Killen Time
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On this week’s episode we are joined by Tom Killen, co-founder of The Voxel Agents. He comes along for the ride with Lucas and Matt to discuss some news including Firemint’s Real Racing 2 update, Australian 3DS price point announcement, DCUO charging more for subscriptions in Australia, and Halfbrick’s Raskulls soundtrack giveaway. We talk about some of the games we have been playing, then during the break we interview Joe Hookins from Dinoroar about their new title Samurai Training. We finish off the podcast with a great chat with Tom about The Voxel Agents, their Train Conductor games, and how he got into game development.

The Voxel Agents can be found at or on Twitter at @TheVoxelAgents

We also interviewed him a couple of weeks ago about the Global Game Jam, and his role being involved in it. You can read that here

If you want to find out more about some of the topics we discussed you can read the articles here:
Firemint’s Real Racing Update
3DS Release Info
Raskulls Soundtrack Giveaway

Dinoroar’s Samurai Training teaser trailer

For a more indepth discussion about the DCUO subscription costs you can check out the forums:
DCUO charging more for Aussie gamers

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