Thanks To Everyone

November 13th, 2008 No Comments

I’d just like to thank everyone who watched STG and commented on the episodes, your feedback and support was much appreciated.

Now a friend of mine suggest an interesting idea because, I’d like to still see STG go on but I don’t really have the time to produce the episdoes. The idea of out sourcing STG has been evolved. If anyone would be interested in working on this with me feel free to get in contact with me.

The End

November 11th, 2008 1 Comment

Yes as hard as it is for me to say this (which is why I have put this off for quite sometime) it is the end of STG.

As much as I have enjoyed making the episodes and part of me wants to really continue producing them I have kind of lost the interest in the project. Partly due to the huge amount of work that actually goes into producing each episode from writing the script to recording the episode, editing and finally publishing. Also the time involved.

This does not mean that this is the last time you will see me though, I do still see video as the newest and greatest medium on the web and it is still very much in its infancy.

So for the present this is Qwerty_ logging off of Sauce The Game.

Episode 3 Delayed

February 20th, 2008 18 Comments

Episode three has been delayed due to myself being busy with work and getting ready for my first week of Uni starting next week.

Among other things complications with the game that is going to star in the next episode, this one will take a bit more research and game play before I can give it a proper review on the show. (It’s not an FPS either thought I would mix things up a bit.)

I do plan on getting it out soon (ie within the next week just don’t want to rush things and ruin the episode.)

Hope you understand.

Episode 2 Open Arena

February 4th, 2008 15 Comments

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The second episode of Sauce The Game has been released. This episode takes a look at Open Arena a free and Open Source alternative to the hugely popular Quake 3. It is based off the Quake 3 engine just like Tremulous.

Download a higher quality version here.
Feel free to leave a comment of constructive criticism, did having more video footage of the actual game make the episode better? Having a demo of the game playing on the screen next to me improve things.

Pownce Us

January 24th, 2008 3 Comments

Since Pownce went public the other day I thought it would be handy to have a Pownce account setup for Sauce The Game.

If you don’t know what Pownce is, it’s a new craze sweeping the internet called micro-blogging. (It’s the same as Twitter for those of you who know what Twitter is).

Instead of having to be invited to join Pownce you can now just head over and register a new account for yourself.

Be sure to add Sauce The Game, so you can help keep yourself updated. Don’t forget to tell your friends about us :)

Subscribe Via E-Mail

January 18th, 2008 No Comments

I have just added the ability for you to subscribe to Sauce The Game via E-Mail. I added this to make life easier for those of you who do not use RSS feeds but would still like to keep up to date with the latest things happening at Sauce The Game.

From time to time I may also release newsletters to those of you who have subscribed. The content in these newsletters will not be posted on the site. (An extra incentive to subscribe via E-Mail).

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Tremulous, one of my favourite Open Source games is the star of the very first episode. So without anything further here is the first episode of Sauce The Game.

Show Notes:

You can download Tremulous from

Hints and tips, along with other useful resources.

My Trem Skills series.

Trem Wiki.

Please leave a comment letting me know what you thought about the episode and let me know on things I can improve for example the audio.


January 17th, 2008 4 Comments

Welcome to Sauce The Game is a new free online video show dedicated to showcasing some alternative Open Source video games. Each episode will showcase one Open Source video game. So if you are sick of playing a certain game, or just want to try something else and often unique come watch some episodes and see if you find something you like.

I will try to release episodes on a regular schedule looking to try and pump out one episode a week. (First episode will go live once the DNS has fully propagated across the interwebs)

Make sure you subscribe to the feed as well.

If you have queries please do not hesitate to contact me.