This Wednesday: RECON Game Preview on IndieCade’s Beyond Screens

David Spira and Peih-Gee Law, the hosts of the Reality Escape Pod, will be livestreaming on Twitch this Wednesday as part of IndieCade’s weekly show Beyond Screens. Their guest is the REA Hivemind Reviewer and RECON Games Executioner Theresa W.

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Details

  • Date: Wednesday, August 11
  • Time: Noon PST / 3pm EST
  • Guest: Theresa W
  • Topic: Theresa, Peih-Gee, and David will be playing Episode 1: Into the Fire from So You Wanna Save The World.

This Wednesday’s Livestream

This week Theresa, Peih-Gee, and David will preview one of the games you can play through RECON: Episode 1: Into the Fire from So You Wanna Save The World. This game is available to all RECON ’21 attendees.

This is one of the few games at RECON that Theresa hasn’t already played!

Theresa brings an amazing energy to any gaming group and we’re excited to have her join this stream.

If you’re interested in online escape games, this one and many more are available through RECON, our online escape room convention (August 22-23). Check out the RECON Play Pass for the full RECON gaming experience.

Monthly Appearances

IndieCade’s weekly show Beyond Screens has a rotating cast of hosts livestreaming on Twitch on Wednesdays at Noon Pacific / 3pm Eastern. David and Peih-Gee host about once a month, frequently playing games live with their guests. If there’s a creator you’d like to see join them for this segment, let us know!

About Beyond Screens

Beyond Screens is IndieCade’s Twitch show exploring work that pushes the boundaries of, or comes entirely off of, the screen. Genres covered will include participatory theatre, alternate reality and live-action roleplaying; escape rooms; Big Games; and alternative controllers. Each hour-long episode will feature an in-depth conversation with creators of these genre-defining games.

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