On this week's episode of the TouchArcade show, we spend a serious chunk of time talking about the independent Lucha Libre circuit. Also, we discussed Jared's beard and trimming habits in great detail. When we're not talking about this stuff, we do dive into iOS. At the top of our games segment, we sling some praise at NimbleQuest. Later, we discuss the latest Unreal Engine 3-powered bowling game and an upcoming title called Badland. Spoiler: It's pretty good.
We touch on some news, too, and spend time on two bits of user-submitted feedback. This was a weird week, as it's kinda the calm before the storm of GDC. We imagine we'll start being slightly more focused once the event passes.
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And here are your show notes:
- Dream Tim - [Free]
- Kingpin Lanes - [$1.99]
- NimbleQuest - [TA Plays]
- Awesome Baby Names [Removed from the App Store]
- 'Fez' Might Be Coming to iOS
- Halfbrick Teases A New Game
- Roadhouse Interactive Is Doing a 40K Game, Too
Oh, and here's that online store of all the app gadgets we mention at the end of the show.
This week's episode of The TouchArcade Show is sponsored by Gram Games's Robi: Cosmic Savior.
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