On this week's episode of The TouchArcade Show, we battle to bring you audio on the latest, greatest, and, er, hottest in iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. After we finish busting on angry Internet people, we dive into games like Amazing Alex, Tiny Wings, Metal Slug 3, and a neat strategy game called Emergency. Later in the show, we have a powerful discussion about the Ouya and the retail release of the Angry Birds trilogy.

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Just to acknowledge this: yeah, there's a video audio issues at the top, but we smoothed them out by the middle of the 'cast. Anyway, here's your show notes:

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  • Synthetic Void

    nice... thanks for pointing out Emergency... hadn't heard of it til now, gonna have to snag it up. =oD

  • George Li

    Is it just me or do none of the TA podcasts work with the Apple Podcasts app?

    • ethandude123

      Same. I just download them on iTunes.

  • pocketmego

    Great show guys, as usual. I admit to being caught in Ouya hype. But, up until now the only people I've seen being negative about this have been just the douchiest people. I'm glad to hear people I do trust offering up some honest and constructive negatives. It was enough to make me stop and take a wait and see approach before laying any money down on this thing. If it comes out and is worth it and then maybe get one if it is worth it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=506066248 Matt Tacchi

    I really cant wait to try Tiny Wings HD on my new iPad3 ;)