The Indie Haven Podcast – Episode 5: Present Your Entry Sponge

The Indie Haven podcast hits peak intrigue as infamous master trickster Wentworth Miller returns and lays down a curious gambit. To make matters worse, David cage has vanished without a trace and not even the BBC de-facto world police can track him down. Will freelance detective Josh Rivers be too busy decoding Edmund McMillen’s soft-announcement of a new video game to crack the case? It’s a thrilling rollercoaster of a show that’s almost as action-packed as Men in Black, so strap in and hold on to your hats!

Oh yeah, and there’s video games. We’re a video game podcast. Snake Pass, etc.

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The Indie Haven Podcast – Episode 4: Put These Clowns in the Sea for Me

Amidst yet more concerns over the Rube Goldberg machine that is Steam, the gang gets together once again to deliver the kind of top quality chat you’ve come to expect from the Indie Haven podcast. George comes bearing an immensely on-brand indie game pick of the week, Elodie mourns an insect, David Cage returns with some slanderous accusations, and Josh refuses to be silenced.

Oh, and another indie studio got threatened with a ludicrously spurious copyright lawsuit. What a surprise.

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The Indie Haven Podcast – Episode 3: A Very Rude Ghost

It’s episode three of the Indie Haven Podcast, and obviously we’re going to talk about Yooka-Laylee. We also talk Steam Direct, and how we’re not sure it’s doing enough to solve Steam’s quality control issues – and as if that wasn’t enough, Josh fights through illness and the influence of painkillers to reveal the malicious and incredibly vague mind games that have been keeping him awake at night.

Elsewhere on the show: Elodie runs afoul of an unusual curse, George forgets some spiders, the crew chat about the games they wish had lived up to their potential, and David Cage is faced with an impossible choice.

The Indie Haven podcast is Indie Haven’s revival of their podcasting ways, brought to you by the brand new podcasting network, Pod Haven.