As always, the Weinercast is available on iTunes.
And a non-iTunes link if you need it.
And here are the Indy gaming links I promised:
The PAX 10:
The Amazing Brain Train from Grubby Games.
Audiosurf by Dylan Fitterer.
Chronotron from Scarybug Games.
The Maw from Twisted Pixel.
Impulse by Rochester Institute of Technology students Dominic Holt, Joseph Plourde, Andrew Ray, Ben Solt, Paul Solt, Mike Thomas and Andrew Williams.
Polarity by Carnegie Mellon University students Howard Braham, Daniel Bryner, Przemyslaw Iwanowski, Stanley Rosenbaum, Gaurav Shrivastava, Samuel Spiro and Allison Theus.
Project Aftermath from Games Faction.
Strange Attractor 2 from Ominous Development.
Samurai Bar Sushi from Molly Rocket.
More Indy-approved independent game sites:
The Independent Gaming Source. If indy gaming runs in your blood, you have to be here. Since 2005, an incredible source for what’s out there, what’s coming, and what you need to do to get it done.
IndieGames.com. From the people who bring us such sites as GameSetWatch and Gamasutra, IndieGames bills itself as “a guide to the independent game movement and the very best indie video games.”
GameTunnel’s Top 100 Indie Games. If you can’t find something to play here, you’re not trying.