The Roger Sharpe interview continues, followed by the news of the week.
H2H interviews Roger Sharpe. (Part one of the interview)
“Mattias Snygg, co-founder of Swedish indie studio Villa Gorilla, [talks] about the long development process of their debut game and how pinball was merged with traditional action-adventure gameplay. “
While still working his day job, Bryan saw an opportunity to turn his passion for pinball into a profitable business.
Josh talks about being a good TD, plus all the action with Women’s/Nationals/PinMasters in Vegas
The Mueller Investigation. The Eclectic Analysis.
Ryan and Martin interview Eric and get more details about Jersey Jack Pinball’s new release.
I approve of this article. — Sincerely, “A Pear-shaped Man”
Steve Ritchie answers questions from pinball enthusiasts for a solid hour.
AV Club asks Gary Stern what was the weirdest game in which he has ever been involved.