At Fridge Logic, we aim to misbehave. 
Well, not really. But we do aim to share fun stories, and have worthwhile discussions about the games we play. Check us out! And if you're still on the fence, here's a little more about us.
 

The Hosts

  • Joel: He's pretty cool
  • Chris: Don't even get me started on this guy.
  • Spencer: Writer and indie game developer. Loves to look at games through the lens of a storyteller. Loves gameplay, but feels that the real meat of an immersive experience lies in the narrative and character development.
     

The Composer

Sean Jackson, a wonderful composer and friend, composed the Fridge Logic theme you hear at the beginning and end of every episode. He's a man capable of anything, even outside the music industry. If you'd like to hear some more of his work, please check out his website.

A Brief History

You wouldn't think a bi-monthly gaming podcast would have an interesting history, would you? You probably think this all started just because three guys had no other creative outlet to discuss and analyze video games than to start a podcast.

Well, let me tell you something.

You're absolutely right.

But hey, we're educated folk who love to sink our teeth into good games every now and then. There's a lot about the medium that deserves discussion, that deserves a closer look. Gaming has been growing over the last few years with the rise of the independent studios and digital distribution scene, more people are able to make games about what they want than ever before. There's personal stories to discover, crazy physics simulations to wonder around in, and a lot of fun to be had.

Stick with us, and you'll hear from all walks of gaming life.

Oh, I forgot about the history part. Here it is: Joel and Spencer went to college together, Chris and Spencer have known each other since they were ten years old. Chris and Joel have been in a couple movies together. So you know, normal stuff.