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To the Moon - Cane and Rinse 134

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"Because, y'know, that's what grown-ups do. They make things up."

Leon, Tony, Josh and Ryan plug into old Johnny's brain to experience the RPG Maker magic of Kan 'Reives' Gao and his indie game development team Freebird Games mind-altering sci-fi adventure, To the Moon.

Additional audio used in this show is as follows:

Track 1: For River - Piano (Sarah & Tommy's Version) by Kan Gao
Track 2: Having Lived by Kan Gao
Track 3: To the Moon - Piano (Ending Version) by Kan Gao
Track 4: Everything's Alright by Laura Shigihara

Cane and Rinse 134 was edited by Ryan Hamann.

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Great show this week, some interesting conversations for sure!
Was good to hear Ryan on the show to, excellent radio voice.

Cheers guys, keep up the great work.

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Thanks dude! :)

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Good podcast guys. I think the best ones you guys do are for games such as these, that try to do something new but have plenty of flaws to discuss alongside the highs.

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RoboticMonk3y wrote:Great show this week, some interesting conversations for sure!
Was good to hear Ryan on the show to, excellent radio voice.

Cheers guys, keep up the great work.
Thanks, Monk3y! I appreciate it.

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RoboticMonk3y wrote: Was good to hear Ryan on the show to, excellent radio voice.
Seconded!

Cheers guys, the podcast made for a good supplement to the game. I definitely picked up a few things from it that I hadn't considered.

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Hi folks,

Just wanted to drop in to register my appreciation for this, and the Papo & Yo podcasts; they were absolutely superb and much appreciated.

I haven't listened to many of the recent podcasts, as they haven't really meshed with my gaming interests, but this site is a fantastic resource and I'd just like to say thanks for all the hard work.

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Very kind of you to say. :)

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Just played this after it recently came out on the Switch and then listened to the pod. I enjoyed the game, but I also enjoyed hearing the debate about some of the ethical implications of the story which reflected a lot of my own thoughts about it.
I thought the music really brought the game to life and elevated it and it was great to hear several of those tunes during the pod.
It was also great to hear the perspective on the game from the gentleman with Aspergers. My daughter has likely ASD and so all those elements had a particular resonance for me just now.
Best wishes and thanks as ever to the team.

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