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Scene World es un canal de podcasts de Alemania (en ingls) que ha publicado 74 audios, siendo el último del día 09/09/2019.

The SceneWorld Crew is a group of 15 geeks with interest in C64 and gaming. Quarterly the group works together on new issues interviewing old and new faces of the Commodore C64 world. We are a group of internationals and communicate via facebook. We're from Germany, States, UK, Peru ...

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09-09-2019
15-08-2019
Podcast Episode #73 - Dr. Wuro Industries with Christian Gleinser

Scene World Podcast Episode #73 - Dr. Wuro Industries with Christian Gleinser

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Publicado el 15/08/19

Christian Gleinser is the guy behind Dr. Wuro Industries and some of the most popular and unique games to come out for the C64 in decades. He joins AJ and Joerg to talk about how he got started, where he gets inspiration for creating such unique products, and where he's headed in the future. Also, AJ learns some German. (Interview begins at 8:00)

30-07-2019
Podcast Episode #72 - The Kodai16 with Peter Smets and Valerio Cannone

Scene World Podcast Episode #72 - The Kodai16 with Peter Smets and Valerio Cannone

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Publicado el 30/07/19

Superguns may not be actual guns, but they're definitely super! They're also vital for preserving vintage arcade machines. Valerio Cannone and Peter Smets have designed their own -- the Kodai16 -- and they join the podcast to talk about their version of this important component, and what it means for the future of arcade preservation.

Interview starts at 12:15!

17-07-2019
Podcast Episode #71 - The Repair Association with Gay Gordon-Byrne

Scene World Podcast Episode #71 - The Repair Association with Gay Gordon-Byrne

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Publicado el 17/07/19

Gay Gordon-Byrne is the Executive Director of The Repair Association, and is one of the foremost voices in the Right to Repair movement. She joins AJ and Joerg to finish up Scene World's Right to Repair Month [obnoxious air horn], to discuss why the right to repair is so important, the ways in which we're losing this right, and how everyone can help to keep the right to repair. (interview begins at 8:55)

08-07-2019
Podcast Episode #70 - Tora.mod with Katja Becker

Scene World Podcast Episode #70 - Tora.mod with Katja Becker

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Publicado el 08/07/19

The Right to Repair movement covers not only repairing, but also the right to modify. Katja Becker, the force behind Tora.mod, is one of the premier hardware modders around. She joins AJ and Joerg to talk about vintage hardware, the modding scene, and why it's important that the knowledge and ability to do this be available. Also, Joerg gives his views on why disk drives are still important. (Interview begins at 34:30)

30-06-2019
Podcast Episode #69 - iFixit's Kelsea Weber and Kay-Kay Clapp

Scene World Podcast Episode #69 - iFixit's Kelsea Weber and Kay-Kay Clapp

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Publicado el 30/06/19

If you're looking to repair almost anything, iFixit is THE place to go for almost every resource you'd need. Joerg wraps up Scene World's Right to Repair Month [obnoxious air horn] with iFixit's Kelsea Weber and Kay-Kay Clapp, where they talk about the amazing resource that iFixit provides to those who want to repair their stuff, and why having the right to repair is so important. (interview begins at 11:40)

21-06-2019
Podcast Episode #68 - iPad Rehab with Jessa Jones, PhD

Scene World Podcast Episode #68 - iPad Rehab with Jessa Jones, PhD

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Publicado el 21/06/19

Jessa Jones is the force behind iPad Rehab, and one of the foremost authorities on data iPhone/iPad data recovery. She joins AJ and Joerg for part 2 of Scene World's Right to Repair Month to talk about her history, the amazing work she does, and why having the right to repair your own devices is so important. Interview starts at 14:07

11-06-2019
Podcast Episode #67 - Strange Parts with Scotty Allen

Scene World Podcast Episode #67 - Strange Parts with Scotty Allen

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Publicado el 11/06/19

Scotty Allen is the man behind the hugely successful YouTube channel, Strange Parts. He joins Joerg and AJ for Scene World's Repair Month to talk building and repairing your own hardware, China's unique electronics marketplace, and why preserving older hardware is important for future generations. (Interview begins at 14:42)

31-05-2019
Podcast Episode #66 - Valerio Cannone

Scene World Podcast Episode #66 - Valerio Cannone

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Publicado el 31/05/19

Valerio Cannone is a hardware developer known for repairing vintage arcade machines in his spare time. Valerio shares some of his knowledge with Joerg, and gives us some insight into his history, what drives him, and why keeping vintage arcade machines functional is important in the 21st century. (Interview begins at 8:40)

19-05-2019
Podcast Episode #65 - Andrew and Rob Hewson!

Scene World Podcast Episode #65 - Andrew and Rob Hewson!

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Publicado el 19/05/19

Hewson Consultants! Who doesn't know them! (Later renamed to 21st Century Entertainment), we talk to Andrew Hewson who started all this and talk about the good old times, as well, as talking about what Rob Hewson does nowadays as an Indie videogame developer and publisher with Huey Games, releasing Hyper Sentinel on the Switch before and currently working on Kickstarting their new game Droid Assault!
(Interview starts at 20:55)

30-04-2019
08-04-2019
17-03-2019
Podcast Episode #62 - Rad Rodgers RE - Ion Maiden - Wrath!

Scene World Podcast Episode #62 - Rad Rodgers RE - Ion Maiden - Wrath!

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Publicado el 17/03/19

Even in 2019 firepower matters still! Our retro gaming expert Andrew and Joerg spoke to Frederik Schreiber (Vice President of 3D Realms + Managing Director of Slipgate Studios) and Mike Nielsen (President + CEO of 3D Realms) about their latest games:

- Rad Rodgers: Radical Edition - Spiritual successor of "Commander Keen" with extended extras, and more characters to play with!

- Ion Maiden - Action 3D game based on the same engine as "Duke Nukem 3D"!

- Wrath - Action 3D game based on the same engine as "Quake".

They talk about the long bumpy ride to develop and bring such new retro coined IP games to us enthusiastic old-school gamers!

The interview starts at 4:56 minutes!

15-03-2019
Podcast Episode #61 - Silk with Chris Bateman

Scene World Podcast Episode #61 - Silk with Chris Bateman

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Publicado el 15/03/19

Chris Bateman is a game designer with a storied history. From helping to develop the Discworld game series to his newest endeavor, Silk, he has been blazing trails in game design for years. Joerg talks to him about his history and about his newest project, the unique sandbox RPG and adventure game, "Silk", that is on Kickstarter right now! (Interview starts at 11:33)

03-03-2019
Podcast Episode #60 - The Guru Meditation!

Scene World Podcast Episode #60 - The Guru Meditation!

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Publicado el 03/03/19

Bill Winters and Anthony Becker are, together, the creative force behind The Guru Meditation, one of the Amiga scene's most beloved and visible institutions. AJ and Joerg sit down with them for a wide-ranging conversation about the modern Amiga scene and how they produce their brilliant content. (Interview begins @ 24:00)

03-02-2019
Podcast Episode #59 - Farming Simulator with GIANTS' Martin Rabl

Scene World Podcast Episode #59 - Farming Simulator with GIANTS' Martin Rabl

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Publicado el 03/02/19

2018 was a banner year for commercial C64 releases, none more surprising -- or more well-received -- than GIANTS Software's hit game Farming Simulator. AJ and Joerg talk to GIANTS' Martin Rabl about how the C64 port came to be and why retrogaming is such a big part of gaming culture. The interview starts 12 minutes into the podcast.

21-12-2018
Podcast Episode #58 - Richie Knucklez

Scene World Podcast Episode #58 - Richie Knucklez

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Publicado el 21/12/18

AJ and Joerg talk to Richie Knucklez who is very famous for his Kong Off events, his skills in repairing Arcades to make them look again like new from factory, and his strong bounds with good old Twin Galaxies, when Walter Day still ran it.
We cover everything about arcades in this interview, Twin Galaxies, high score scandals, changes in the scene, his experience with Walter and the rest of the core founder gang of Twin Galaxies!
The interview starts 30 minutes into the podcast

14-11-2018
Podcast Episode #57:Andras Kaptas - Hungarian C64+Amiga Gaming Scene

Scene World Podcast Episode #57:Andras Kaptas - Hungarian C64+Amiga Gaming Scene

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Publicado el 14/11/18

Martin Ahman and Joerg talk to Andras Kaptas from the insert-coin.hu Association about the Hungarian C64 and Amiga Gaming Scene and how it came to be behind the iron curtain and how it envolved into creation of independand full price games for these machines long after their lifetimes. Also we talk about preserving the Hungarian videogame culture with him and a lot of other things! The interview starts 17 minutes into the podcast

09-11-2018
Podcast Episode #56 - PLATO and IRATA.ONLINE with Thomas Cherryhomes

Scene World Podcast Episode #56 - PLATO and IRATA.ONLINE with Thomas Cherryhomes

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Publicado el 09/11/18

PLATO is the great, great, great granddaddy of the online computer network. Developing forums, email, multiplayer networked games, screen sharing, and instant messaging, it is responsible for many of the things we take for granted today. AJ and Joerg take a deep dive with IRATA.ONLINE's Thomas Cherryhomes into why PLATO is as awesome as it is, and how it still has plenty to offer both retro- and non-retro-enthusiasts. The interview starts 19 minutes into the recording! Watch the YouTube version preferably!

28-10-2018
Podcast Episode #55 - Databases with Retroplace and Consolevariations!

Scene World Podcast Episode #55 - Databases with Retroplace and Consolevariations!

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Publicado el 28/10/18

How do you keep track of all the different machines released over the years? How do you catalogue different versions of games, down to the different packaging? And how can you ensure that the game you're looking for is real and authentic? Databases, that's how! The guys talk to Fred Fischer from Consolevariations and Armin Hierstetter from Retroplace about creating and maintaining these databases and how this plays a vital role in the retro scene.