We travel to Gamercamp to walk on walls, battle in tent warfare, and defuse bombs. 

The annual indie game festival Gamercamp came to Toronto back in October, and then after three days promptly left this earth entirely.  This was Gamercamp's sixth year, and its last one, for now anyway. Meaning if you couldn't visit this one, tough luck. We had an interview last week with Jaime Woo, its co-founder, if you're curious what happened.

But we knew that you might have trouble making it out to Toronto's Chinatown, so we went instead to try and compete at several local multiplayer games. All of this happened to fit in with this month's theme, Friends and Enemies, so to make things a little more festive, we began the great competition to defeat each other at mostly cooperative games. 

I'd tell you more, but  we're low on time so we're going to have to cut our show notes short this week. The following is a list of people we talked to on this week's show, their games, and the time when they come on the air:


Music this week comes from the Free Music Archive: "The Falls" and "Nature Kid" by Podington Bear, "Bacalao Bombao" by minusbaby, and "Run to Canada" by Min-Y-Lan. Our opening theme was "The Libra Lunologists" by Fields of Ohio and our ending theme was "Air Hockey Saloon" by Chris Zabriskie.

BUILT TO PLAY IS A PRODUCT OF THE SCOPE AT RYERSON RADIO STATION IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN TORONTO. IT WAS PRODUCED AND EDITED BY ARMAN AGHBALI AND WRITTEN BY DANIEL ROSEN.

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