This week on the Crater Corner podcast, the boys catch up with Olivia Dunlap, an indie developer working on the hit dog rescue game, To The Rescue. Olivia has previously worked on plenty of game jams, before starting her own video game studio, Little Rock Games.
To The Rescue is a dog shelter simulation game in the same vein as Prison Architect. It deals with the difficulties faced by real dog rescue shelters every day, from disease and injuries suffered by the dogs to the struggle of keeping the shelter afloat. What was immediately striking about To The Rescue! was its dedication to the cause it is so inspired by. The developers behind To The Rescue, Little Rock Games, are donating 20% of the profit from all sales to the charity Petfinder Foundation. You can check out our full article here.
The Crater Corner is a podcast all about celebrating everything video games. Its hosts, Jayden Hellyar and Tom Wilson, cover a wide range of topics from indie gaming to Ariana Grande concerts in Fortnite. They also frequently interview game developers such as Square Enix Development Director, Alexandre Richer, and Far Cry turned indie developer, Nathan “Jitspoe” Wulf.