Inbound closer review is a podcast that was created by my friend, J.J. Burke. It is a weekly podcast where he interviews other creatives, business owners, and entrepreneurs around the world. The interview is on a weekly basis and you can also subscribe to it so you can hear the interview as it comes out. The first episode of inbound closer review came out in August of 2017 and it is available to listen to on Soundcloud.
The episode that I listened to the best, with the most interesting interview was the first one. I thought I had heard something interesting, but it just turned out to be another rant by J.J. about how he didn’t get a job because he was the only one in the entire city who could speak Arabic.
I think a lot of our viewers are curious about inbound closer reviews, so I thought it would be interesting to write an article about them. I started by answering the questions that people usually ask (and then answered them myself), but it turns out that the people asking the questions didn’t ask them in the correct order.
1. Where are you from? 2. How long have you been here? 3. What was your first impression of the city? 4. What was your second impression of the city? 5.
So where are we? Well, since we’re not in a foreign country, we’re just here on our way to some faraway place. We have a couple of questions about where we are and how long we’ve been on this island.
On a boat. On a boat is a bit of a stretch. And its only been about four days. And yes, we arent in a foreign country. We are on a boat.
Inbound, is how the game refers to the player, the ship, the crew, and the island. You get a brief overview of the game, and then you are taken on a journey to some distant place. Each island has its own storyline and story, but the goal is always the same: to reach a place that is distant but familiar, where you can find a safe haven. On these islands there are no weapons, no bombs, no explosives, no drugs.
This is the part where I feel a bit conflicted. On the one hand, I love the game, but on the other hand I hate the idea of always taking every little step with someone I hardly know. I love the idea of getting back to the basics, a safe haven that is familiar, and the freedom to explore it to see what is there.
This is the part where I feel a bit conflicted too. On the one hand, I love the idea of getting back to the basics, a safe haven that is familiar, and the freedom to explore it to see what is there. On the other hand, I hate the idea of always taking every little step with someone I hardly know. I love the idea of getting back to the basics, a safe haven that is familiar, and the freedom to explore it to see what is there.
Inbound closer is an indie game made by indie developers from Germany and Taiwan and is a game that I really enjoyed the first time I played it. It was a solid game, with great controls, a story that had me laughing out loud a few times, and a very interesting concept.