Sandy of Cthulhu: I Want to Talk About War

Sandy of Cthulhu: I Want to Talk About War

Sandy of Cthulhu: I Want to Talk About War

In his latest Sandy of Cthulhu video on YouTube, Sandy talks about this relevant topic, suggesting that it’s a really important subject to study, even for men who don’t like war, like him.

If you are fascinated by the history of war, Sandy suggests a definition, explains the difference between a “war” and a “conflict,” speculates about other non-human species’ ability to fight wars, and even throws in some of his favorite war movies.

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“Awesome presentation! Though provoking and eerie, the only way I expect it to be from you Sandy.”
Dougler500

Sandy of Cthulhu: My Favorite Games

Sandy of Cthulhu: My Favorite Games

Sandy of Cthulhu: My Favorite Games

In his latest Sandy of Cthulhu video on YouTube, Sandy discusses his favorite games, which include those that he’s currently working on, plus a plethora of games he’s loved over the years.

One way Sandy looks at the games he loves is by category. Learn about what game he likes best from each category and why!

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“I like solitaire and Mah Jong, because it doesn’t matter if I lose, because no one on the other side is laughing maniacally at me when I lose. Other than my cat, I mean. But he does that no matter what.”
– Beckoning Chasm

Sandy of Cthulhu: Humanoids from the Abyss

Sandy of Cthulhu: Humanoids from the Abyss

Sandy of Cthulhu: Humanoids from the Abyss

In his latest Sandy of Cthulhu video on YouTube, Sandy discusses the weird creatures from movies of his youth.

Who was the gill man? What bizarre human-ish monsters (people in rubber suits) are kin to the Great Old Ones? There aren’t very many that Sandy hasn’t seen.

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“You should put a warning on these. I think this episode gave me a reptile dysfunction.”

– Danny Ripper

Sandy of Cthulhu: Will Sandy Make More DOOM Maps?

Sandy of Cthulhu: Will Sandy Make More DOOM Maps?

Sandy of Cthulhu: Will Sandy Make More DOOM Maps?

In his latest Sandy of Cthulhu YouTube video, Sandy discusses his feelings about DOOM and his work on it.

How important was DOOM in his career and where did he go after that? What was his role in the team? What are the reasons he might want to make a new DOOM map, and what reasons work against this project?

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“Always appreciate your honest and direct approach Sandy. When you have the free time/drive, I would suggest you focus on one new map rather than an entire episode, then see how that worked for you and the response from the players upon its release.” 
– Kills Alone

Sandy of Cthulhu: How to Steal an Idea

Sandy of Cthulhu: How to Steal an Idea

Sandy of Cthulhu: How to Steal an Idea

In his latest Sandy of Cthulhu YouTube video, Sandy tells a story about sitting on a panel at a convention with Gary Gygax from TSR. Gary answered the question, “What games do you play and how do they influence your game?” with something quite surprising!

What is the role of “inspiration” that we get from others? Is it ok to expand on someone’s ideas and make them better? Find out what Sandy believes about this highly discussed and sometimes controversial topic.

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Heard you (accidentally) mention Stalker… that, Roadside Picnic, and the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. games are wonderful examples of life imitating art imitating life imitating art…
Hecaton

Sandy of Cthulhu: The Trial of Billy Jack

Sandy of Cthulhu: The Trial of Billy Jack

Sandy of Cthulhu: The Trial of Billy Jack
In his latest Sandy of Cthulhu YouTube video, Sandy asks the IMPORTANT question: “Why are older bad movies great, but newer bad movies are terrible?”
 

Sandy wraps up his interview with Ken Begg from Jabootu: Bad Movie Dimensions (www.jabootu.net) by discussing the elements that have changed in movies over the years that destroy the “fun.” Reminisce with these two “bad movie” aficionados, and expand your list of must see gems!

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When Billy Jack went berserk he certainly didn’t foresee his own law of diminishing returns by the time he got to Washington. Born Losers was a good action film, Billy Jack was possibly heavy handed in its message but I saw that when I was like eight years old and the message resonated pretty hard. Trial and Washington I have very little memory of and I own the boxed set.
– The Balalaika Remains