Matt Chat 200: Jeff Tunnell on Red Baron, Willy Beamish, and Rise of the Red Dragon

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In my 200th episode of Matt Chat, Jeff Tunnell, founder of Dynamix, returns to talk about his company's greatest hits, which probably aren't the games you're thinking of. Then he talks about his fall out with Electronic Arts. Needless to say, if you're a fan of classic adventure games or flight sims, you won't be able to turn away from this episode.


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Rise of the RED Dragon?

Rise of the RED Dragon?

Mark Vergeer
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happy 200th

Congrats on reaching 200 chats Matt. As always excellent interview.

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sstacks
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Happy 200!

Enjoyed the interview as per usual, really enjoyed the up close on the shelves of gaming, pop culture, and general geeky goodness. Many gems in there!

And oh yeah, I got a shout out re: A-10 tank killer to Jeff Tunnel on your 200th. That's pretty cool!

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Shane

Bonus 200

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200 is a big number.

Matt,

I just sign up to congratulate you and your colleagues on the 200th episode of Matt Chat. Yours is truly my favorite web TV show and these interviews with developers are priceless. I hope you keep on doing it for a long, long time. When you talk about games, you demonstrate true love for the videogame medium and this sets you apart from the rest of the gaming media. I've seen a number of different interviews with Richard Garriott during the Kickstarter campaign for SotA, and yours was by far the best.

Kindest regards,

Matt Barton
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Thanks, guys! I have a lot of

Thanks, guys! I have a lot of fun doing the show, and it's been great connecting to so many talented developers and designers. That's a great compliment regarding Garriott, since I'm sure he must have at least a dozen or so interviews up.

I only wish I was better at marketing and promoting the show. If I ever cinch that, I guess I'll be rich and famous, though, so there must be a good reason why it's so hard. ;)

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