Today we have the privilege of unveiling the next stage of Magog on the March! For almost a year, we've been working hard to compile everything Oddworld in one convenient location. From dozen upon dozens of interviews, magazine articles, forum posts, and ancient, forgotten references excavated from the WayBack Machine. Our archives are growing every… Continue reading Introducing “Oddworld: Story Stones”
The Magog on the March! News to cure your ARG blues! Today our special guest, Sliglet, s'got a few words to say about this Alternate—whats-a-yer-call-it—Reality Game? The one being churned out by those chumps at Oddworld Inhabitants. Y'all know the one I mean. Remember, neither Magog on the March or Rumor Kontrol endorse or really… Continue reading A Personal Take on Soulstorm’s Alternate Reality Game
Since the initial announcement of Soulstorm, there has been a whit of confusion surrounding the exact nature of the upcoming Oddworld instalment. For over a year, fans have been scratching their heads and trying to dissect the scant information being leaked by Oddworld Inhabitants, as if Soulstorm itself is another piece of the meandering ARG.… Continue reading SOULSTORM: What Exoddus was Supposed to be?
Today we were able to ask a few questions to Elodie Adams, Australian neo-gothic rock artist, best known amongst Oddworld fans for having her song—entitled "Born To Love You"—featured in the credits of New 'n' Tasty. We want to thank her for taking time out to answer our questions. Magog on the March: We’ll start… Continue reading MOM Interview: Elodie Adams
It is a big day for us at Magog on the March, for we finally take our own place in the annals of the Oddworld Archives with our very first interview. Today we were able to ask a few questions to Stewart Gilray, CEO of JAW Ltd., the man responsible for bringing the Oddworld series… Continue reading MOM Interview: Stewart Gilray
Earlier this week, Oddworld Inhabitants made a groundbreaking announcement that a huge cache of archived Oddworld material had been found, which included the source code for Abe’s Oddysee, something that was believed to be lost—or, rather, unworkable—for many years. Today I thought we would take a moment to talk about the bewildering history of Oddworld’s… Continue reading Finding the Source: A Brief History of Oddworld’s “Lost Code”
In celebration of Abe's 20th Birthday—yes, we realise we're a trifle late to the party, but we at Magog on the March always prefer to be fashionably late than undesirably early—we have compiled a handful of the elements that were dropped during the production of the original Abe's Oddysee. From the curious Elum Traps that… Continue reading Abe’s Lost Oddysee: 20th Anniversary Celebration