The GameChurch Podcast: Logan Fieth and the Language of Video Games

Logan Fieth, creator of ‘4 Sided Fantasy’ joins M Joshua and Jonathan Clauson to talk about his latest puzzle platformer and the ability to communicate without the english language.

Written by Jonathan R. Clauson / Published on September 2, 2016

Logan Fieth is the creator of 4 Sided Fantasy, an indie game released on the major platforms this week. The game is a unique take on the “screen wrap” mechanic in games that requires gamers to learn an entirely new way to think of puzzles in this 2D platform. He joins host M. Joshua and podcast producer Jonathan Clauson to talk about 4 Sided Fantasy, his desire to find ways to explain puzzles and stories with the absolute minimum of readable text,  and his history with belief.

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About the Author:

Jonathan Clauson started as an on-air producer and on-air talent for Clear Channel Radio. He graduated from Full Sail University and moved into marketing for EA Tiburon. He is currently the News Editor and Podcast producer for both GameChurch and Christ and Pop Culture.