The Well Adjusted Gamer

The Well Adjusted Gamer podcast is a video game podcast focused on the behind the scenes art and development of video games! Look forward to special guests and great interviews meant to inspire potential developers and gamers alike.

Episode 007 - Dylan Snow from Ground Kontrol

This week's episode features Dylan Snow, Promotions Director from Ground Kontrol, a classic arcade here in Portland Oregon! We talk about how GK has grown through the years and all of the great events this awesome 'Barcade' puts on! Check them out at and on Twitter and Facebook!

I also take a couple minutes in the intro to share the announcement of the SNES Classic and also to spam a couple other projects I'm a part of: Cyber-Boy the animated series and Annex Podcast! Both are working on crowd funding programs and looking for wide releases soon! Check them out!

Be sure to like and follow the show on Facebook and Twitter, and also rate and subscribe on iTunes!

Funemployment Radio Official Launch!

Good news everyone! From the start, The Well Adjusted Gamer podcast has been built with the help and support of Greg and Sarah and their network, Funemployment Radio. I'm beyond proud to be a part of their network and the family of podcasts they produce!

As part of the launch of WAG, I got to spend time with Greg and Sarah on their podcast (voted Portlands Best Podcast of 2016)! We talked about all kinds of game stuff and even freaked out about shadow people and nightmares!

Click below to check out the episode and be sure to dive in to the rest of the podcasts on the network! 

Thanks for helping the show get this far!

Episode 001 - Greg Nibler and Deadlock interactive

Big things have small beginnings... Here it is, the first ever full episode of the Well Adjusted Gamer podcast!

This episode starts with a chat with fellow Podcaster Greg Nibler (@GregNibler) from and wraps with an interview with game studio Deadlock Interactive! (

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