We're deep into the App Store freeze at this point, and there (probably) won't be any huge iOS game releases until next year. I suppose a few games drizzling out next week is possible, but, we'll see. Anyway, we kick off this show talking about the Apple AirPods following using them for a week. If you're interested in them, you should also check out our review. From there, we shift gears to talking about the selection process of our best 100 mobile games article, along with how crazy it is to try to whittle down the hundreds and hundreds of rad games we covered this year into one article that has a little something for everyone. Last, but not least, we spend the last chunk of the show on Crashlands [$2.99], our game of the year.

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  • bleidd

    Hey Eli, assuming your TV doesn't have Bluetooth output, there are several little USB dongles that plug into the PS4 that allow you to pair any wireless headset to it. You may want to look into one of those, I believe they sell for under $20 and probably worth it if you game at night.