It’s Official – We’re Everywhere

PodcastingHoly hell, how many different outlets are there for podcast distribution? I just spent the past 24 hours learning the hard way that the internet is lousy with podcasting platforms. The end result is that there is no longer anywhere online that you can go without running into the Gamers Must Die podcast. A few examples:

  • iTunes. Don’t be impressed, it’s actually not hard to get published on iTunes. (Okay fine, you can be a little bit impressed).
  • Stitcher. The other major podcast directory/app.
  • Player FM. Apparently people with Android phones use this directory/app a lot. Cool if you’re into that sort of thing, I guess.
  • Blubrry. I now may or may not just be making up random names for podcasting services.

I’ve also spent an embarrassing amount of time creating super cool video versions of the podcast for our YouTube channel, which features short highlight clips and full length episodes:


Had enough yet? Well too bad, because you can also find audio versions of the highlight clips on our SoundCloud page:


Finally, if I somehow missed your favorite podcast app or you just want to subscribe directly to our podcast XML feed, use this url: http://gamersmustdie.com/mp3s/gmd_podcasts.xml

Granted, none of this will matter if listeners like you don’t share the podcast with your friends. If you don’t have friends, another idea would be to walk up to people on the street and scream “Gamers Must Die dot com” at them until they run away. Every little bit helps.

Ben Mallahan
For as much as Ben talks about loathing gaming culture, he sure spends a lot of time in the thick of it. In addition to producing many different shorts and even spec pilots about videogames over the years, his favorite hobby is developing online games. After having some unexpected success with his indie MORPG NEStalgia, much of Ben’s free time is now spent running his very own gaming community.

About Ben Mallahan

For as much as Ben talks about loathing gaming culture, he sure spends a lot of time in the thick of it. In addition to producing many different shorts and even spec pilots about videogames over the years, his favorite hobby is developing online games. After having some unexpected success with his indie MORPG NEStalgia, much of Ben’s free time is now spent running his very own gaming community.