Episode 101 – Save Crash Games!

Hey folks – here’s a new episode of the podcast; a Tony-less episode as this one was kind of put together at the last moment. This time around, Michael is joined by Patrick Nickell from Crash Games – genuinely one of the best people in the world of games. 2016 was something of a rollercoaster for Patrick, mentally and financially, and we talk about what’s been going on with him and his company.

Please note that this interview is pretty emotional and raw. There’s some heavy discussion about depression and suicide, but that doesn’t mean everything is dark. There is plenty of positivity in our discussion, plenty of passion and Good Stuff – I just want you, the listeners, to know what you’re going into before you hit play.

You can get the podcast over on iTunes, of course, or you can grab it directly from this link right here.

As ever, thank you for listening. And once you’re done with this episode, if you go and help Patrick and Crash Games, you won’t know how much I appreciate it.

We mention at the end that there are several helplines for people to call if you’re thinking of suicide or harming yourself, and as promised, here are some numbers. Most countries have some variant of these, and it’d be near impossible to list them all, but these are for places where the majority of Little Metal Dog Show listeners subscribe from. Metrics are useful 😉

US: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-8255

United Kingdom: CALM – 0800-585858

United Kingdom: Samaritans – 08457 90 90 90

Ireland: Samaritans – 1850 60 90 90

Australia: Lifeline – 13 11 14

France: SOS Amitie – 01 40 09 15 22

Germany: TelefonSeelsorge – 0800 111 0 111

Remember – someone is always ready to help.

 

 

 

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