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I waffled on with The Waffling Taylors! (podcast)

Posted: January 6, 2020 at 10:10 pm
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October 2019, I’m at EGX helping Matt and Mark (Branching Narrative) man their stand for their debut title “Death Trap Dungeon the Interactive Video Adventure”. Now if you follow me on Twitter you’ll know I’ve been working on this game over the past few months. One of the great things about being at one of these shows is it put faces to names and connects you with people both in and out of the industry. Good old fashioned networking I guess. 😉

One such connection was via the lovely guys at Arcade Attack (Interview here >>><<<) who came over, said hello and introduced me to the lovely chaps from a Podcast called The Waffling Taylors. We had a good chat and they asked me if I would like to be on a future episode to talk about video games along with some of the projects I’ve worked on over the years. I do like a good natter so my immediate answer was – a resounding yes.


The Stoodio Sub Lives Again!

Posted: September 17, 2019 at 8:21 pm
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I’m sure I’m no different to a lot of artists when it comes to my work environment. A nice hot cup of something in ones favourite mug, a comfy supportive chair, work stuff at hand when it’s needed and one of the driving forces to getting in “The Zone” is of course music!

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Retro Island Diskettes Q&A

Posted: August 28, 2019 at 2:03 pm
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I’ve been a regular viewer of the Retro Man Cave and the equally excellent The Back Office Show on Youtube for quite some time, so when the chief cave dweller Neil asked me if I would be interested in appearing on the Retro Island Diskettes podcast I immediately replied with a resounding YES!

After I’d accepted I then thought… would I actually be able to choose 8 tunes to take with me on the Retro Island? How wrong I was, in the end I had to shortlist my selection! It was a very close call on a couple of the tracks but I got there in the end and one thing I must say is the process really filled me with joy. I’d not listened to many of these tracks for years so hearing them again brought back memories of when I first heard them. Ahh but it wasn’t just the music, no… but memories of the people I was with, family, friends and the associated good times, all from hearing a handful of video game tunes! How cool is that? – And back in the day they said video games were a fad! Yeah…Right!

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Retro Island Diskettes Q&A (Series 2 Preview)

Posted: June 7, 2019 at 4:55 pm
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I’ve been a regular viewer of the Retro Man Cave and the equally excellent The Back Office Show on Youtube for quite some time, so when the chief cave dweller Neil asked me if I would be interested in appearing on the Retro Island Diskettes podcast I immediately replied with a resounding YES!

After I’d accepted I then thought… would I actually be able to choose 8 tunes to take with me on the Retro Island? How wrong I was, in the end I had to shortlist my selection! It was a very close call on a couple of the tracks but I got there in the end and one thing I must say is the process really filled me with joy. I’d not listened to many of these tracks for years so hearing them again brought back memories of when I first heard them. Ahh but it wasn’t just the music, no… but memories of the people I was with, family, friends and the associated good times, all from hearing a handful of video game tunes! How cool is that? – And back in the day they said video games were a fad! Yeah…Right!

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A new old interview.

Posted: December 7, 2018 at 10:27 am
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An update to an interview I gave to the excellent Retro Video Gamer website a few years ago with answers to new questions and soem of the things I’ve been upto since.
Please check it out along with many of the other excellent interviews and reviews too.
Check the image link below… Lovely stuff..

RVG Interviews: Stoo Cambridge.


At last! The new website lives!

Posted: October 26, 2017 at 2:56 pm
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What seems like an eternity of web development woes, which I should state was mostly down to my own inexperience of server side geeky techie stuff, the new site has finally gone live on this 26th day of October 2017.

The old hobeka.com site will be removed and all future content will be added to this new site. NO more manually editing HTML pages, no more fiddling around with FTP and No furrther head scratching when it comes to browser CSS compatibility!


Titter ye not for I been mostly usingTwitter !

Posted: February 4, 2010 at 10:42 pm
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Over the past few days I’ve been using Twitter. I can certainly see the appeal of quick easy straight to the point updates of information. I registered ages ago but never really got into it, until now!

Follow StooCambridge on Twitter

As you can see if you glance over the to the right of this blog I’ve added me last handful of Tweets which is working wonders for my web presence linkage. LOL ‘Tweets!’, see I’m learning the lingo too!

Over and out for now, I’ve got some stars to finish animating…


Wire does it hurt?

Posted: January 30, 2010 at 12:59 pm
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Spring clean phase 1
Unplug and remove gear. So many wires. 🙁

Damn that Ursula, me tea is missing.

Posted: January 27, 2010 at 12:45 pm
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An empty mug of tea simply will not do.

Had to be done

Posted: January 26, 2010 at 5:49 pm
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Nice.

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