The Drunken Moogle

Indies Need Booze Party at PAX Prime
Looking for a fun time at PAX Prime tomorrow? Well, look no further! Indies Need Booze is hosting a party that promises to be one hell of a night. The event, sponsored by Indie Game Stand, Ink Whiskey, Ouya, Lantana Games, Structure Gaming, and Archive Entertainment, will be serving up a menu of video game themed drinks, created by yours truly. The drinks to be served are as follows:
Children of Liber-tea (Lantana Games)
Lawyer Cat (8bitMMO)
InkWhiskey and Coke (InkWhiskey)
Oh-yeah (Ouya)
Atom Smasher (Structure Gaming)
Indie Lemonade Stand (Indie Game Stand)
Tickets can be purchased on the Eventbrite page. Each ticket comes with an InkWhiskey flask, game codes, and an optional upgrade to a t-shirt and raffle ticket!
When: August 28, 2014, 9pm-2am  PSTWhere: Capitol Cider 818 East Pike StreetSeattle, Washington
Tickets and more information

Indies Need Booze Party at PAX Prime

Looking for a fun time at PAX Prime tomorrow? Well, look no further! Indies Need Booze is hosting a party that promises to be one hell of a night. The event, sponsored by Indie Game Stand, Ink Whiskey, Ouya, Lantana Games, Structure Gaming, and Archive Entertainment, will be serving up a menu of video game themed drinks, created by yours truly. The drinks to be served are as follows:

  • Children of Liber-tea (Lantana Games)
  • Lawyer Cat (8bitMMO)
  • InkWhiskey and Coke (InkWhiskey)
  • Oh-yeah (Ouya)
  • Atom Smasher (Structure Gaming)
  • Indie Lemonade Stand (Indie Game Stand)

Tickets can be purchased on the Eventbrite page. Each ticket comes with an InkWhiskey flask, game codes, and an optional upgrade to a t-shirt and raffle ticket!

When: August 28, 2014, 9pm-2am  PST
Where: Capitol Cider 
818 East Pike Street
Seattle, Washington

Tickets and more information

PAX East 2014 Industry Panel
Mitch Hutts from The Drunken Moogle will be taking part on a PAX East panel this year! I’m thrilled to be joining GameSkinny and a talented group of individuals to be talking about jobs in the games industry. Want to be a programmer, community manager, blogger, or anything else related to games? Come see us talk and answer questions. I, specifically, will be talking about my role as a blogger of strange (drink) fan creations and how sites like The Drunken Moogle fit into the industry.
Day: Friday 4/10, 2014
When: 2pm-3pm EST Where: Condor Theater (2nd floor)What: Want to get your foot in the door at a gaming company? Join industry employees as they share experiences, stories, and advice about landing their jobs. Game careers aren’t all just programming and design - marketers,event coordinators, community managers, mixologists and many others make up the gaming industry. There are tons of career options, and even more ways to wind up in the industry, but one thing’s for sure: if you want to know what it takes then you don’t want to miss this panel!
Guests:
Robot Entertainment - Justin Korthof, Community Manager
FrogDice Studio – Pang, VP/Creative Director and Michael Hartman, CEO
The Drunken Moogle - Mitch Hutts, Creator and Manager
Indie Game Stand - Mike Gnade, Owner/Business Dev and Matt “Canj” Cangialosi, Marketing/Community Manager
Andy Lunique, Former Ubisoft Brand Ambassador
Lunchtime Studios - Dan Higgins, Owner / Lead Programmer
Robot Loves Kitty - Alix Stolzer, PR & Dev
Super Soul - Richie Hoagland, Creative Director

PAX East 2014 Industry Panel

Mitch Hutts from The Drunken Moogle will be taking part on a PAX East panel this year! I’m thrilled to be joining GameSkinny and a talented group of individuals to be talking about jobs in the games industry. Want to be a programmer, community manager, blogger, or anything else related to games? Come see us talk and answer questions. I, specifically, will be talking about my role as a blogger of strange (drink) fan creations and how sites like The Drunken Moogle fit into the industry.

Day: Friday 4/10, 2014
When: 2pm-3pm EST
Where: Condor Theater (2nd floor)
What: Want to get your foot in the door at a gaming company? Join industry employees as they share experiences, stories, and advice about landing their jobs. Game careers aren’t all just programming and design - marketers,event coordinators, community managers, mixologists and many others make up the gaming industry. There are tons of career options, and even more ways to wind up in the industry, but one thing’s for sure: if you want to know what it takes then you don’t want to miss this panel!

Guests:

  • Robot Entertainment - Justin Korthof, Community Manager
  • FrogDice Studio – Pang, VP/Creative Director and Michael Hartman, CEO
  • The Drunken Moogle - Mitch Hutts, Creator and Manager
  • Indie Game Stand - Mike Gnade, Owner/Business Dev and Matt “Canj” Cangialosi, Marketing/Community Manager
  • Andy Lunique, Former Ubisoft Brand Ambassador
  • Lunchtime Studios - Dan Higgins, Owner / Lead Programmer
  • Robot Loves Kitty - Alix Stolzer, PR & Dev
  • Super Soul - Richie Hoagland, Creative Director

Playing Video Game Drinking Games with Curse!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! The other day I got to play some video game drinking games with the Curse crew and Jess Brohard. It was super fun, lots of games were played, and lots of cheap beer consumed.

Thanks to Curse and Jess Brohard for having me out and look forward to the recipe for the Curse cocktail in the near future!

The Drunken Moogle TattooTattoo by Logan Campbell Original art by Hermes Arriola
Earlier this week I received an email from TDM reader Max S. Max is an avid gamer and wanted to show his love for his favorite series, Final Fantasy. Also a fan of partying, he said he could think of no better design than our own logo, drawn by Hermes Arriola! Thanks for sharing your ink, Max. Four years ago I would have never imagined I’d see a Drunken Moogle tattoo.

The Drunken Moogle Tattoo
Tattoo by Logan Campbell
Original art by Hermes Arriola

Earlier this week I received an email from TDM reader Max S. Max is an avid gamer and wanted to show his love for his favorite series, Final Fantasy. Also a fan of partying, he said he could think of no better design than our own logo, drawn by Hermes Arriola! Thanks for sharing your ink, Max. Four years ago I would have never imagined I’d see a Drunken Moogle tattoo.