Episode 168 – Godspeed w/ Clayton Hargrave

The Space Race Was A Lie

Pandasaurus Games upcoming game, Godspeed, is out on June 17th! We brought one of the game’s creators on to discuss the game and what the Kickstarter journey has been like.

Housekeeping (2:07)

What Have You Been Playing (4:05)

It’s JRPG time as Clay discusses getting into Persona 5 Royal and Adam discuss Final Fantasy 7 Remake.

What Have You Been Reading (26:54)

Clay discusses Luke 12:25-26 and peace in God during trials. Adam shares from a Art of Neighboring on loving neighbors well and living missionally in our community.

Topic – Godspeed (35:05)

Godspeed broke it’s goal within hours of opening up it’s Kickstarter. Since then, it’s been an incredible journey and Clay discusses some of the unique aspects of the tabletop gaming industry as we approach the June 17th release date.

Patron Thank You’s (1:19:53)

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Recos

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