On this week's episode of The TouchArcade Show, we ask what kind of oil is best for, you know, greasing up muscles. We also talk about video games: at the top, we give some time to Final Fantasy Dimensions and some new TouchArcade content highly inspired by the Walled Garden Weekly podcast. A little later, we dive into Double Fine's free-to-play sim Middle Manager of Justice, the oft-hilarious point-and-click title McPixel, and Blast-A-Way, Illusion Labs' latest iPhone and iPad joint. Good stuff.

After the break, we hit the latest news, including the recent ESRB listing of Kareteka, the sudden release of Bastion on iPad, and other notables.

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And, finally, here are your show notes and an image that's been getting linked a lot in our TouchArcade back-end chat:

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  • http://twitter.com/BlaineHubbard Blaine Hubbard

    Hey, I run Windows 7 at home (and work) and I also have an iPad--how is that possible - PC and iOS together in the same house??!!  I can also buy Darksiders II for my PC without leaving my house...thank you Steam.  I've also been known to install Windows 7 without the need for tears.

  • oooooomonkey

    Haha about spy vs spy, I was one of those peeps who bought it with out even thinking, just based on nostalgia alone.
    And then when I booted it up to play it was just as bad as I remember and ended up deleting it.

    • theundertow

      I haven't deleted it yet but close!

  • Thaurin

    Grrrr, don't post a Breaking Bad image without explanation?! Is there a game coming? What? What?

    • Taerdin

       Read it again

      • Thaurin

        Oh, haha. Didn't notice it is saying "Breaking BRAD"... still, sucks I got my hopes up ;)

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

    Spy vs Spy on the Commodore 64 was the best version. I played it a ton as a kid... but like the dudes said in the podcast, no idea if it holds up today. Same goes for Karateka.