Roguelike Radio

by Andrew Doull, Darren Grey, Ido Yehieli etc. · · · · 28 subscribers

Roguelike Radio is a podcast dedicated to roguelikes. We'll be discussing old favourites like NetHack, Angband, Dungeon Crawl and Adom as well as newer releases and less well known gems.

Episode 137 of Roguelike Radio, where talk about a new book on Procedural Generation in Game Design, with Darren Grey, Mark Johnson, Tarn Adams and Tanya X Short. Read more »
136 Episode 136: MidBoss June 5, 2017
This is episode 136 of Roguelike Radio, where we interview Eniko, creator of possession-based roguelike MidBoss. Read more »
135 Episode 135: 7DRLs 2017 April 10, 2017
This is episode 135 of Roguelike Radio, talking about the results of the 2017 Seven Day Roguelike Challenge. Talking this episode are Darren Grey, Ian Bowes (of ASCII Curious and the LaserBeards podcast) and Chris Haner (aka Rogueliker). Read more »
134 Episode 134: Randomness March 24, 2017
This is episode 134 of Roguelike Radio, where Darren Grey and Mark Johnson discuss the role of Randomness in roguelikes. Read more »
This is episode 133 of Roguelike Radio, where Darren Grey and Jeff Lait talk about how to make a traditional Seven Day Roguelike Read more »
132 Episode 132: End of 2016 Jan. 18, 2017
This is episode 132 of Roguelike Radio, where Darren and Mark talk about the End of 2016! Read more »
This is episode 131 of Roguelike Radio, where we report from the International Roguelike Developers Conference (Europe 2016). Read more »
This is episode 130 of Roguelike Radio, where we talk about Jupiter Hell, the successor to Doom the Roguelike. Talking are Kornel Kisielewicz, Darren Grey and Mark Johnson. Read more »
129 Episode 129: Imbroglio Nov. 19, 2016
This is episode 129 of Roguelike Radio, where we talk about Michael Brough's Imbroglio with Rob Parker, Alex Cheng aka vivafringe, Apple and Andrew Doull. Read more »
This is episode 128 of Roguelike Radio, where a panel of experts discuss How to be Good at Roguelikes! Our group of roguelike seers include Darren Grey, Mark Johnson, Brandon (aka Demise), David (aka zxc) and Mikko Juola (aka Adeon). Read more »
This is episode 127 of Roguelike Radio, recorded at the New York International Roguelike Developers Conference held 6-7 August. Kawa hosts, and is joined by Mark Johnson, Jeremiah Reid, Brian Bucklew, Jason Grinblat, Patrick Kenney and Brett Gildersleeve.
126 Episode 126: IVAN Sept. 12, 2016
This is episode 126 of Roguelike Radio, where we talk about IVAN, with Darren Grey, Mark Johnson, Zeno Rogue, Serin Delaunay and Ryan van Herel. Read more »
125 Episode 125: Road Not Taken Aug. 25, 2016
This is episode 125 of Roguelike Radio, where Andrew Doull is joined by Daniel Cook, Ste Curran and co-host Mark Johnson to talk about the roguelike puzzle game Road Not Taken (available on Windows, Mac, PS4 and just been released on iOS). Read more »
124 Episode 124: Shoot Em Ups Aug. 7, 2016
This is episode 124 of Roguelike Radio, where Mark Johnson is joined by James Whitehead, Ben Hendel-Doying and Chris Park to talk about roguelike elements in Shoot Em Ups ("Shmups"). Read more »
This is episode 123 of Roguelike Radio, where Darren Grey, Mark Johnson, Paul Jeffries, Zeno and Marek/Fulgur14 talk about Geometry in Roguelikes. Read more »
This is episode 122 of Roguelike Radio, where Mark Johnson interviews the Nethack Tool-Assisted Speedrun Team. Read more »
121 Episode 121: Simulation April 30, 2016
This is episode 121 of Roguelike Radio, where Mark Johnson, Darren Grey, Tarn Adams and Sami Maaranen discuss Simulation in Roguelikes. Read more »
120 Episode 120: KeeperRL April 10, 2016
This is episode 120 of Roguelike Radio, where Mark Johnson and Nicolas Casalini (DarkGod) speak to Michał Brzozowski about KeeperRL. Read more »
119 Episode 119: Coding Practices March 29, 2016
This is episode 119 of Roguelike Radio, where Mark Johnson, Josh Ge (Kyzrati) and Nicolas Casalini (DarkGod) discuss Coding Practices. Read more »
This is episode 118 of Roguelike Radio, where we interview John Harris about his new book: @Play: Exploring Roguelike Dungeons. Read more »