In this inaugural episode of the Daydreamcast, The Twin Geeks’ new gaming-focused podcast, our hosts talk about the grab bag of games they spent time with this week, including the game of the week, the indie game Minit. A short and simple Zelda-like on the surface, Minit relies strongly on puzzles involving its main mechanic, a time loop that is set off every 60 seconds. Our hosts discuss the characteristics of the game’s structure as well as the company Minit keeps with other games (and films like Groundhog Day, 1993) that are built on a similar chronological premise.
Disclaimer: As this episode served as a technical test, the audio quality is uneven in spots. Naturally, future episodes will not feature these issues.
0:00 Pokémon spin-offs: Puzzle Challenge & League (2000) & Pinball (1999)
8:05 Doom Eternal (2020) & Doom 64 (1997)
14:30 Animal Crossing: New Horizons (2020)
29:18 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (2019)
34:37 Minit (2018)
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