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On this week’s JACKED UP Indie & Mojo, we welcome Gabriel Diani, a
filmmaker and actor who’s film project The Selling is on Kickstarter in
hopes of raising money for a theatrical release. Gabriel enlightens us
on what the process of using Kickstarter is like and some of the secrets
behind using crowd-sourced funding. Check out their page today and support this awesome project because they only have two days left and aren’t quite at their goal.
week’s episode was more like The JACKED UP Mojo Show since Daniel isn’t
on this week’s show as he was too busy cavorting it up with game
journalists in New York City. He was probably eating salsa from New York
City too… and drinking tea with his pinky sticking out... or whatever
it is sophisticated people do.
In his absence, Jeremy and I talk
about about the indie horror game Slender, suffering through the Game of
Thrones game and drumming up support for Team GIO.
As usual, if you haven’t signed up yet, now’s as good a time as any.
Help support sick children by playing video games! Why not? If we meet
our goal by August 31st, the crew at Indie & Mojo Headquarters will
do our own rendition of Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe. If you haven’t
heard this song before…that’s impressive… but it’s our closing music so
your streak is about to end.
The JACKED UP Mojo Show Shout-outs shout-outs shout-outs
What if This Interview Had Brental Floss? Cody Bauman
All of the recent 31/31 participants including:
Jolt the Cynic
Listen to the episode here or subscribe to us on iTunes.
Stay tuned next week for another special guest appearance by Game Informer Video Editor Ben Hanson!
Again, you should support The Selling on their Kickstarter page before it ends!
Thanks to Gabe for joining us and putting up with our rambling!
You stay classy Game Informer
Thanks for stopping by!
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