On this week's episode of The TouchArcade Show, we kick things off talking about the Five Nights at Freddy's drama and the incredible weight that must be on the shoulders of Scott Cawthon with increasing expectations of future FNAF games. Buuut... We could just be being trolled, like Sister Location who knows. After discussing a bunch of news we jump into chatting about a bunch of great games that came out this week including Drop Wizard Tower [Free], Mini Day Z [Free], Star Vikings Forever [$2.99], Hoggy 2 [Free], Kraken Land [Free], and in:dark [$2.99]. It's a great time, I promise.

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  • vid_icarus

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