Guard Frequency Episode 201 | Tink, Tink, Tink Down The Hallway

Greetings Citizens and Civilians, you’re tuned to episode 201 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on February 16th 2018 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, February 20th 2018 at

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In this week’s flight deck we bring you all the headlines from simulated space including the latest news from Star Citizen with their latest ship, Dual Universe’s latest write-up and Elite: Dangerous’ Kill Warrant Scanner. Next, we’ll get the news from the deep black with Spencer McDunn on Galactic Public Radio. Then Commander KineticImpulser loads you up with tea and limpets in Nuggets for Nuggets. After that, we continue our audio adventure, Guard Frequency Origins, as our pilots are trying still to not get murdered to death, before finally, tuning into the feedback loop and let you join in on the fun.

This Week’s Community Questions

What was your space sim? What title made you fall in love with the genre?

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3 responses to “Guard Frequency Episode 201 | Tink, Tink, Tink Down The Hallway”

  1. seannewboy Avatar

    *causes research* BooYa!!

    Wonderful episode everyone.

    My first space sims were Wing Commander 3, Privateer, and Tie Fighter.

  2. Romulan Ale Avatar
    Romulan Ale

    Hey Guard Frequency! I’m going to miss being there this week but I wanted to put in my thoughts on the community question.

    Eons ago when Geoff was still old and the world was still cooling, I got my first computer. It was completely under-powered. I couldn’t play anything on it but I absolutely loved tinkering with it. I spent hours just trying to figure out how things worked.

    The only game i had that actually ran was Battlecruiser 3000AD. My machine didn’t even meet the minimum requirements and it crashed quite a bit, but i was fascinated by the scale of the simulation.

    I was able to float freely in a space suit. I could fly a fighter or walk on the deck of my carrier. I could fly to the moon and mine it or fly to another star and.. well, crash the game again and or get killed if i got into combat, but that’s not the point. The point is, I had fun just learning about computers and playing with it as a sandbox.

    My next machine was awesome so I got to play all the great space sims. My favorite is most likely Freespace 2 but Battlecruiser started it all for me.

    1. Romulan Ale Avatar
      Romulan Ale

      I totally meant to write Battlecruiser Millennium on my feedback. Sorry about that, i can’t see a way to correct it.

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