Moving Pixels Podcast

2011 Flash Game Round Up

by G. Christopher Williams

23 May 2011

The Moving Pixels podcast discusses a few of this year's flash game releases, including High Tea, Lesbian Spider-Queens of Mars, and The Man with the Invisible Trousers.

From campy exploitation to the exploitation of addiction, the Moving Pixels podcast discusses a few of this year’s flash game releases.

You can find free-to-play versions of the three titles that we discuss in this episode below:
High Tea
Lesbian Spider-Queens of Mars
The Man with the Invisible Trousers


This podcast is also available via iTunes.


More discussion of these and other flash games:

A Study in Sado-Masochism: Lesbian Spider-Queens of Mars by G. Christopher Williams

You Had Me at “Invisible Trousers” by G. Christopher Williams

High Tea: Reflex Economics, or a Twitch-Based Economy by G. Christopher Williams

Moving Pixels Podcast: A Brief Review of This Year’s Indie Games

The Best Flash Games of 2010 by G. Christopher Williams


Our podcast contributors:

Rick Dakan is a regular contributor to the Moving Pixels blog as well as to the Gamma Testing podcast.

G. Christopher Williams is the Multimedia Editor at  You can find his weekly updates featured at the Neuromance blog.

Nick Dinicola is also a regular contributor to the Moving Pixels blog.

Thomas Cross contributes frequently to the Multimedia section at, and he also pens the Diamond in the Rough column for GameSetWatch.

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