Big/Small Rigs Two members of the team behind the anthropomorphic fantasy board game show us two very different PCs.
Keep it Simple Alex shows us two of the PCs he uses to test his video tutorials on how to "LowSpec" games.
Dan Baker, head of Oxide Games, defies the laws of physics by having both an AMD and an Nvidia GPU powering his main PC.
John Smedley, former head of Daybreak Games (formerly SOE) and current head of Pixelmage Games, shows off his beastly PC.
Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone is the sole developer of Stardew Valley, and has a clever low-tech solution to a standing desk.
Twitch streamer Ducksauce gives us a look at his two powerful PCs, one for streaming and one for gaming.
Eric Fagnan, Creative Director of Beyond Sol at Praxia Entertainment, shows off his PC and standing desk.
Glen Miner is technical director on Warframe and Digital Extremes, and he's got one of the strongest rigs we've seen on the series so far.
Alistair Lindsay, Audio Architect for Prison Archtitect, shows us his multitude of knobs and switches.
Julia Keren-Detar and Itay Keren of Untame, makers of Mushroom 11, show off their mobile dev setups.
Adrian Talens is the composer/sound designer for games such as Poly Bridge, Tidal Affair: Before the Storm, and Dad beats Dads.
Roland Koch, sound designer and business developer at Eat Create Sleep, probably has more synths than you.
Chris Talucci, co-founder of Shield Break Studios working on Bierzerkers, shows off his powerful rig.
Romain de Waubert de Genlis, Creative Director for Endless Legend, show off both his home and work PCs.
Adrian Schmettau, lead programmer at Mighty Rabbit Studios working on Breach & Clear: Deadline, shows off his powerful, no-frills setup.
Jonathan Small, Technical Artist for Sword Coast Legends, shows off his Cosmos S case and matching red LEDs.