It has been a lot of week.
Earlier this week we concluded season 1 of The Reality Escape Pod.
We could not have done this without the energy and support we feel from our Patreon backers. We’ve especially enjoyed your reactions in our “secret” Patreon discord channel, and the thoughtful conversations we’ve shared there. The influence that this channel has on our work was profoundly felt in the final episode.
We especially want to extend a warm welcome to the many folks who’ve joined our Patreon during season 1!
In the season finale, David and Peih-Gee read a few of their favorite reviews. If you’ve enjoyed The Reality Escape Pod this season, please take a minute or two to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. This will go a long way to helping REPOD grow.
This week our Patreon backers got a special perk: early access to RECON ’21 Global tickets!
We’re thrilled by the response to RECON thus far. Thank you, Patreon backers, for getting the ball rolling with your excitement for RECON.
We invite everyone – industry professionals and players – to join us digitally at RECON this August!
The Spoilers Club is our newest (non-surprise) Patreon perk.
This month’s episode is focused on Isolation, created by Thin Reality Experiences for Escape Room Melbourne. David and Peih-Gee’s conversation about this game was published last night and we look forward to chatting more about this one.
With the Spoilers Club, we’re experimenting with a new form of content, one that the industry has generally not embraced. Each time we record a conversation in this format, it comes with a new set of challenges. This month we explore what happens when the game doesn’t play out the way it normally does. It’s makes for an interesting conversation.
In May, the Spoilers Club will chat about Escape from the Science Lab of Shifting Rules by SCRAP.
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