MrSid returns for episode 79 of the UK’s No.1 Retro Gaming Podcast.
This week we have an interview with legendary graphic artist Stoo Cambridge. Stoo started his career designing games on the Commodore 64 before moving onto the Amiga, Mega Drive, Jaguar and other systems. It was whilst at Sensible Software that Stoo did his most famous work for games such as Sensible Soccer, Mega Lo Mania, Sensible Golf and of course Cannon Fodder. During this interview, Stoo talks opening and extensively about his career in a really interesting way that was fascinating to hear first hand.
I just wanted to say a massive thank you to Stoo for sparing me his free time to do the interview.
You can follow him on twitter: @StooCambridge and also please check out his website:http://www.hobeka.com
Please spread the word of my C64 Book Kickstarter:https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2146199819/commodore-64-a-visual-commpendium-by-bitmap-books?ref=kickspy
The Retro Asylum on Tour:
- Play Blackpool, Blackpool on the 3rd of May @ Norbreck castle
- Retromania 2, Croydon on the 26th May @ Playnation games
- Nerg, Tyne & Wear on the 5th of July @ Gateshead stadium
- Revival, Wolverhampton Race Course on the 9th August
The music featured in this episode is:
- Cannon Fodder Main Theme: Richard Joseph and Jon Hare
- Cannon Fodder Briefing: Richard Joseph and Jon Hare
- Where Time Stood Still: Spectrum 128K
- Micro Hexagon: Mikkel Hastrup
- Cannon Fodder Hill Theme: Richard Joseph and Jon Hare
- Sensible Golf: Jon Hare
- Narcissus (Cannon Fodder Hill Theme): Jon Hare https://soundcloud.com/jonhare-1/narcissus-cannon-fodder-hill
Download the episode:
Episode 79 – Curtains, Commodore and Cannon Fodder