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Clash of the Type-Ins

By Ryan Veeder

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Description

Jenni Polodna, Ryan Veeder, and probably additional people play text adventures by yelling at each other over Skype.

Customer Reviews

Best. Podcast.

It's like an audiobook read by the author crashed into a casual-yet-informative "Let's Play" and emerged as a well rounded podcast. There's a good balance of insight and humor and having an actual dialogue between a creator and two knowledgeable players brings a lot of life into the sometimes dry experience of interactive fiction.

Listen without silence removed

Ryan puts a lot of effort into editing this podcast, so I stopped using "Smart Speed" with the Overcast app (it removes silence for faster listening). All that sweet, sweet comedic silence.

I like this podcast enough to rate and review it on iTunes, even though I don't use iTunes. That's how much I like it.

Great content, terrible sound mastering.

The content of this podcast is excellent. I love that it exists, I love its wit and the high caliber of the guests. Sadly, like so many great amateur podcasts, the sound mastering is terrible. Jenny always sounds about 100% louder than Ryan and the episodes with Hamish McIntyre are nigh unlistenable because it sounds like his mic is inside his throat. Please fix this for future episodes.

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