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Hit Save! Podcast

Hit Save! Podcast

By Hit Save!
Our podcast is focused on preserving video game history through interviews with game developers. We will be interviewing indie developers from around the industry, big and small, to document their unique game development process and ensure that their stories, their ideas, and their motivation will be available for others to enjoy and learn from for years to come. If you are an indie developer or publisher and you would like us to interview you or your team, send us an email at!
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Wintermoor Tactics Club development team interview
Earlier this year we sat down with three members of the Wintermoor Tactics Club development team: Ben Walker, Kyla Fury, and Ryan Anderson.
October 02, 2021
Interview with the developers behind Get-A-Grip Chip - Jon Lawitts and Vicky Wei of Redstart IO
We sat down with Vicky Wei and Jon Lawitts of Redstart Interactive just after they released their first game Get-A-Grip Chip on the Nintendo Switch. We cover their development progress which was very quick (less than a year!), how they met up with local play testers, and their influences for the game. We also talk about their experiences working with a translation team to get their game translated from English to Japanese, how the release process works to get a game onto the Switch, and much more.
June 10, 2021
Interview with Danny Silvers at Lantana Games
As part of our Indie Game Preservation efforts, we strive to preserve video game history through fun, open, and informative interviews with game developers.  Our first interview is with Danny Silvers, CEO and founder of Lantana Games, the studio behind the Mondrian game series. Danny talks about how he started Lantana Games and got into the indie game scene in Boston, gathered a team and made a name for themselves doing web games, and eventually getting the idea for Mondrian during a game jam. Danny then dives into his passion for helping and teaching others, and their student mentorships with partnered Universities.  Read our full blog post:
December 16, 2020