ScummVM Podcast with _sev, LordHoto and Strangerke

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ScummVM Podcast with _sev, LordHoto and Strangerke

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Sunday I interviewed ScummVM developers Eugene Sandulenko, Arnaud Boutonné and Johannes Schickel, which is now available to listen to on my website:

> Podcast #32 – ScummVM – Point and Click Adventure Game Software

Also includes a selection of music from classic point and click adventures.

Enjoy :)
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Good job James. I actually enjoyed this more than the FLOSS Weekly interview :)
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Thanks :)
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Post by nabla »

Well done. :)

But what is the right pronunciation of ScummVM? While I guessed it would be like the German or Ukrainian version, I do trust more the British one...
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nabla wrote:But what is the right pronunciation of ScummVM? While I guessed it would be like the German or Ukrainian version, I do trust more the British one...
Gah.. Great.. I'm starting to have flashbacks to the old Del-phee versus Delp-high flame wars. :) I've always liked to pronounce ScummVM as 'Throatwobbler Mangrove.' :wink:
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I didn't even imagine other pronunciations to be honest!
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Excellent interview! Thanks to James, Sev, Strangerke & Lord Hoto for providing a lengthy interview that is both inspirational and informative. It was great to hear the passion and determination of those leading the project.

And finally from me, thanks to everyone who has ever contributed to the project 8)
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Glad you enjoyed it :)
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