a duel hand disaster trackher pax south interview

I first met Jaycee Salinas during his PAX South 2017 panel: Make Games Not Excuses 2: Another Open Discussion. I was immediately sucked in by the can-do attitude. The idea of not limiting yourself and simply working with your talent and what is available speaks volumes to me and while the panel discussion was great I could not wait to get down on the show floor and check out A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher.

This is a game that is certainly a bit different from the norm and Jaycee was gracious enough to take some time out of his schedule to talk with our own Chris “The Game Case” Case in more detail about this unique and interesting idea.


A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher certainly stands out own its own, and the fact that Ask an Enemy studios is a one man show run by Jaycee himself makes it even more impressive. Thanks again Jaycee for the awesome panel and for chatting with us about your game!

Folks if you wish to follow along and learn more about Ask an Enemy Studios and A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher check out the website located HERE!

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