On this week's episode of The TouchArcade Show, we power through conversations about smart gyms and wearable heart monitors in order to bring the latest, greatest, and the best in iPhone and iPad. At the top of the show, we dive into oral reviews of a bunch of cool games, including Brainsss and King of Fighters 2012. Later, we ponder if the free-to-play market is about to collapse and dig into the realities of development in a market that only wants 99¢ stuff.

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  • Cat Sliding [Free]


This week's episode is sponsored by Jim Guthrie's official soundtrack for Indie Game: The Movie.

The original Soundtrack by Jim Guthrie (of Sword & Sworcery fame) for Indie Game: The Movie is available for pre-order now on Bandcamp and iTunes. The 24-track album featuring music from the award winning documentary chronicling the journeys of independent game developers by filmmakers James Swirsky and Lisa Pajot will be released in full on May 15th. It will also be available on double LP exclusively through Bandcamp. Pick up a pre-order copy of Indie Game: The Movie: The Soundtrack today on Bandcamp and iTunes.
  • Tyler Ames

    I wish the actual sword and sworcery game was as cool as I look when I play it.

  • http://www.youtube.com/MetalJesusRocks Metal Jesus Rocks

    Brad's awkward hooker moment was laugh out-loud classic! Great podcast as usual guys.