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LogoThis weekend is PAX in Seattle, and this podcast was recorded live from my hotel room, using my headphones' in-line microphone sooo... Audio quality is just alright at best. Either way, we talk about the phenomenon that is PAX pin trading, another Oculus Rift demo, yet another Apple TV gaming rumor, and a few iOS games. Those games specifically were Sage Solitaire [Free], Lara Croft GO [$4.99] and Ski Safari 2 [$1.99]. Also, no Mobcrush stream (or YouTube archive) this week as... Well, hotel internet.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Oh also, if you've got a new game, a great update, just like supporting what we do, or want to get the word out about something cool you're doing in the world of iOS gaming and are interested in sponsoring either of our podcasts, we've got ad packages that can fit any budget. Shoot an email to ads@toucharcade.com for more information.

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913168_largerThis week's episode of The TouchArcade Show starts out with the requisite iTunes reviews and listener emails, including hearing from someone who still uses a flip phone and rocks an iPad. Looking at how much I pay every month for smartphone cellular service, this is starting to feel more and more reasonable. From there, we move on to discussing our origin stories of sorts from another email. Oh, and when we start talkin' games, we chat about Final Fantasy VII [$15.99], Pac-Man 256 [Free], Horizon Race [$2.99], Burger - The Game [Free], and some soft launched clicker I still don't know the full name of.

If you want to be heard on an episode of The TouchArcade Show, don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Tiny TrackZ, $2.99 - Do you like trains? Then you’ll love Tiny TrackZ!

Solve shunting puzzles to collect locomotives and wagons in beautiful 3D, then run them on your own personal train sets. Complete the puzzles quickly and unlock extra scenery and layouts.

Written by the Apple Design Award-winning developer, Strange Flavour, Tiny TrackZ is universal and on the App Store now for just $2.99. Find out more at StrangeFlavour.com!

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913168_largerWe had another week with a ton of email, so again the first half of the podcast was dedicated to discussing it. A reader asked us questions about Clash of Clans [Free], then we had a query about the app and t-shirts, along with some other stuff. From there, we shifted gears to discussing a bit of Monsters Ate My Metropolis [Free], a tiny bit of Hearthstone [Free], with the bulk of the time going to the upcoming Pac-Man 256, which is working out to be an amazing game. Oh, and we discuss a couple books along with the crazy parallels between self publishing a book and self publishing a iOS game. The two books discussed as The Martian and Wool.

If you want to be heard on an episode of The TouchArcade Show, don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Tiny TrackZ, $2.99 - Do you like trains? Then you’ll love Tiny TrackZ!

Solve shunting puzzles to collect locomotives and wagons in beautiful 3D, then run them on your own personal train sets. Complete the puzzles quickly and unlock extra scenery and layouts.

Written by the Apple Design Award-winning developer, Strange Flavour, Tiny TrackZ is universal and on the App Store now for just $2.99. Find out more at StrangeFlavour.com!

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089574_largerThis week's podcast discussion was kicked off by a couple great emails, the first which sent us on a pretty lengthy discussion surrounding graphical fidelity of iOS games sort of feeling like it stopped progressing as quickly following the release of Infinity Blade [$5.99]. From there, we hopped to another email asking about great portrait mode games, which resulted in a real long discussion on Sling Kong [Free] along with a hasty list of other great games. We also fan out over Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon [$4.99] and then briefly discuss some of the news of the week.

If you want to be heard on an episode of The TouchArcade Show, don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Loot & Legends, Free - Hating on Hearthstone? Down on Duels of the Planeswalkers? Check out Loot & Legends! Co-designed by Richard Garfield, creator of Magic: the Gathering, in conjunction with many of the great minds behind the Bioshock, Plants vs. Zombies, and Peggle series, Loot and Legends is the highly anticipated CCG for iPad, based on the award winning PC game, Card Hunter. Return to the good old days of playing D&D in your parents' basement, go on epic adventures, build your own custom battle deck and collect that sweet, sweet loot. So dust off that musty old iPad and head to the App Store to download Loot & Legends free today!

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Hello, everyone! We're right in the middle of the dog days of summer, and what better way to beat the heat than laying in front of a fan or air conditioner and listening to an ultra-long episode of the RPG Reload Podcast? This month, Eric Ford and I are joined by a special guest. His name is Eric "RK" Koziol, and in addition to being an iOS developer, he's also the man behind the Final Fantasy 5 Four Job Fiesta. It's an annual charity event that takes place each summer where hundreds of players run through Final Fantasy 5 under special challenge rules in order to raise money for Child's Play. Not only does he provide us with some insight behind the event, but he also drops some serious Final Fantasy 5 knowledge on us all. Also, he has a bell! It all runs a bit long, but it's a fun one, I promise...

349391_largerIf what you love about our podcast is random discussions about things related to the mobile industry, you're going to love this episode. We got an obscene amount of email from listeners and readers this week, and we go through all of it. It takes most of the episode, but we hit on things like the history of the App Store, ancient rumors of a "premium" App Store, how weirdly irrelevant the new iPod touch feels, and much, much more. Thanks to everyone who contributed to the show this week with your emails, iTunes reviews, and other random feedback. It means the world to us.

If you want to be heard on an episode of The TouchArcade Show, don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Earthcore: Shattered Elements - Epic Card Battle Game (TCG), Free - It’s the next big thing in digital card games! Earthcore: Shattered Elements brings new ideas to the table with unique battle mechanics and revolutionary Card Crafting.

In Earthcore, players can create powerful heroes with special abilities and game-changing spells. There are literally thousands of cards to discover and employ during battles in the thrilling single-player campaign and challenging multiplayer modes.

With infinite tactical opportunities, Earthcore: Shattered Elements takes card battling to a new and exciting realm. Download it for free from the App Store.

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082895_largerWith Jared back in town and Mike with us (at least half the show) we switched back to streaming it live on Mobcrush, so check that out if you want to see the video version. Anyway, this week we kick things off with two iTunes reviews, an email, and a whole load of game discussion. Jared really didn't like Qbert Rebooted [Free], everyone really loved the new Pac-Man Championship Edition DX [$4.99], then we chatted about a trio of puzzle games: Prune [$3.99], The Long Siege [$1.99], and Guardian Sword [$2.99]. Oh, there's a quick mention of Vault! [Free] in there too.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Forsaken World Mobile MMORPG, Free - ake your MMO on the go with Forsaken World Mobile! The landmark PC series has finally gone mobile. Whether it’s epic dungeons, endless loot, or fearsome boss battles you crave, you’ll find all these and more in this exciting new mobile adventure.

Brought to you by one of Google Play’s top developers, Forsaken World Mobile is a must-have for any hardcore gamer or MMO fan. It’s free to play and available on both iOS and Android devices, so no matter what’s in your pocket, you’ll be able to jump right in and get gaming.

Find out more at www.fedeen.com/games/forsaken-world

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006995_largerWith Jared out of town this week, I decided to tap Carter "3.5 Stars" Dotson to join instead. Cranky Carter, the source of The Carter Crater, and I discuss some surprisingly random stuff with Mike Meade before being joined by Prettygreat's Phil Larsen later in the podcast to talk about where he sees the future of the App Store headed for indies with so many stories coming out about how little money is often made by developers. There isn't any substantial game discussion this week as due to scheduling we recorded this on Tuesday, which was before the new games even came out. To make up for it, we'll do an extra-rad podcast next week, I promise. My other idea for this week's episode was to read an hour worth of Five Nights at Freddy's fanfiction. I'm not sure if this is better or worse.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Beast Bound, Free - Check your pants. Turn out those pockets, what'dya got? Half a bandaid, an iPhone full of nothin', and ZERO money?

What're you crying about? That's PERFECT! An iPhone and zero money is exactly what you need to play BEAST BOUND, the new mobile RPG by JB Gaming. Dive into a world teeming with belligerent beasties and at least one arrogant floating cat and leave your sad, sad existence behind! Beast Bound will take you back to a time when RPGs were more about simple fun and whimsy and less about androgynous school boys waggling their sassy hairdos at monsters.

Did I mention that Beast Bound is a universal app? 'Cause it totally is.

Now, check your pants again, is that a little Beast Bound I see in there? It better be.

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730639_largerWe tried something new this week with our podcast since we're going HAM with streaming and actually streamed its recording live to Mobcrush. We still did all the same stuff, and I eventually edited it all together into the .mp3 in the iTunes feed you guys all know and love, but recording it live was pretty neat as I could fiddle around with the games on my iPad while we discussed them. You're not really missing anything if you don't watch the video, but, sometimes it's nice to have a visual aid. Anyway, this week the big games we talked about were Don't Starve: Pocket Edition, Down The Mountain [Free], and Rush Hero [Free]. We also discussed a bunch of news, and some Five Nights at Freddy's theories.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Down The Mountain, Free - Tired of all the simple one-tap games that clutter your home screen? Maybe it's time to upgrade to a simple and fun two-tap game! Down the Mountain is a new, colorful arcade game where your goal is to jump down the mountain to survive oncoming traffic, loose mountain lions, quicksand, lava, and more.

Travel on waterfall slides and find secret treasures on your journeys down the mountain. Complete 200 missions and unlock 60 vibrant characters in this new original arcade game, currently featured by Apple as one of the best games of the week.

Head over to the App Store and get Down the Mountain for FREE now. Go jump the mountain!

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Hi, everyone! It's the beginning of a new month, and that means it's time for Eric Ford and me to talk your ears off about RPGs in the RPG Reload Podcast. For the second month in a row, we're joined by our fellow TA freelancer Andrew Fretz, who joins us from B25 of TouchArcade Towers to talk about Square Enix's Chaos Rings Omega. For Eric and Andy, it was their first time playing any Chaos Rings game, so they definitely had a different experience from me. As usual, we go wildly off-course all throughout, so you can look forward to outdated pop culture references, lame jokes, and all the other things you've probably come to expect from this podcast. We also answer some listener questions, and I even remembered to crush the stereo channels so that it doesn't sound like you're sitting in the middle of the table. Bonus!..

316645_largerThis week's episode of the podcast was dominated by game discussion of two awesome titles that were released this week. We get down and dirty with Adventures of Pip [$9.99] which seems like a really clever platformer that manages to blend pixel art both as an art style and as a game premise. Unfortunately, the virtual controls sort of suck. On the other hand, we're all excited for The Executive [$4.99]. It's a deceptively deep fighting game even though the controls seem so simple, oh, and even just calling it a fighting game is weird as there's so much more you do in it. We hit on the weekly Nintendo drama, and there's even some exciting news about the future of TouchArcade hidden in the podcast that you'll have to listen to to find out- Otherwise it'll all be revealed next week when we make our official announcement.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Siegefall, Free - Attack, defend, and conjure fearsome dragons against your enemies in Siegefall. From the same team that created Modern Combat, this is their take on the online strategy genre.

Build your army with specialized troops, take direct control of your Hero in battle, and master magical cards to enhance your strategy. Protect your kingdom with strategically placed defenses like traps and barricades.

An App Store Editor’s Choice, Siegefall is available now for free on the App Store. Siege the day!

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131498_largerFinally back to regular podcast episodes, it feels like it's been too long. We kick this week off with a bang, talking about our Patreon a bit before moving on to discussing what an absolute complete and utter sh*t show Sonic Runners [Free] is. Seriously, it's almost like the game is some kind of modern high-level satire on free to play. From there we move on to quickly chatting about games like Arrow [Free] and Piloteer [$2.99]. From there, we move on to discussing the news drama of the week split between what Nintendo is up to and the explosion caused by Apple removing the Confederate flag from the App Store.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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OTTTD, $4.99 - Attention soldiers! The over-­the­-top tower defense game OTTTD has got a brand new iPhone­-exclusive update that's set to knock your socks off!

There’s 4 new levels for you to pre­-emptively defend; 6 new weapons for serious carnage; new enemies to explode into little chunks; and our cutting­-edge Cheese armour, perfect for soirées or soaking up extreme amounts of damage!

Don’t let Earth be overrun by alien scum! Download OTTTD now from the App Store for $4.99 USD.

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LogoE3 is absolutely exhausting, and our overall exhaustion level is well represented in this week's podcast, which was recorded immediately after the show floor closed yesterday. We chat about the coolest things we saw in mobile including accessories and devices, weird things at E3, and our experience with various VR demos. We'll be back to normal episodes next week, so please stick with us through another episode with weirdo audio quality.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Oh also, if you've got a new game, a great update, just like supporting what we do, or want to get the word out about something cool you're doing in the world of iOS gaming and are interested in sponsoring either of our podcasts, we've got ad packages that can fit any budget. Shoot an email to ads@toucharcade.com for more information.

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Among our first appointments of the day was sitting down to chat with Bethesda VP Pete Hines. Unsurprisingly, he didn't have anything new to talk about, as they put all their cards on the table during the E3 event... But, it's always nice to get some more details on where Bethesda is headed, what they're thinking with their mobile strategy and more. Instead of doing an article with a bunch of quotes pulled out and such, I figured it'd be cooler to just post ten minutes of raw audio of us chatting at E3...

LogoWe just made it to Jared's place in Sacramento and decided to throw down a podcast about our experiences this week. WWDC is a strange event, because you really never know who is going to be there- Particularly as the lottery for tickets gets more and more competitive. So, most of the stuff we saw is secret, at least for now. As cloning becomes a bigger and bigger deal on iOS, developers are increasingly hesitant to let anyone publicly see their projects until it's too late for anyone to beat them to market with a clone. Weird, right?

Either way, E3 is next week, and that event will be overloaded with games, so stay tuned for that insanity.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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LogoWell, this is kind of crazy. I rarely look at our podcast download stats because... Well, it's just not something I think about a lot. The podcast is just sort of something fun we do at the end of the week when I get a chance to BS with Jared and Mike. I think that reflects on the podcast itself, in that it's just a fun thing we do without worrying about too much. Well, it's been growing steadily over the years and we're at the point now where we're peaking around 63,000 downloads a week. That's insane! If you would've told me back on episode #1 that we'd even have more than a few hundred people listening, I would've been skeptical. But, hey, thanks a ton to all of our supporters and listeners. It's really cool so many people are voting with their downloads.

Oh, and we threw down a great podcast this week too, focusing a bit on Mike's new game Move the Walls [Free], the shockingly elaborate Blades of Brim [Free], and potentially the greatest game in human history You Must Build a Boat [$2.99]. Also of course is random talk of the news of the week, our WWDC and E3 plans, and just a hint of wrestling chat near the end.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Hey there, everyone! Another month has flown by, and that means it's time for the latest episode of the RPG Reload Podcast. This month, we decided to talk about Final Fantasy 4 [$15.99] because it's a very special game to both Eric and me. Having a third person join us went so well last time, we decided to do it again this month. None other than TouchArcade's own Shining Sultan of Salt, Andrew Fretz, joins us this month via remote satellite feed from B25 of TouchArcade Towers. As usual, we talk about recent RPG releases, what we've been playing, and the last month's RPG news before we go into the main topic. I should mention that we recorded this about a week ago, so you won't find any discussion of Chaos Rings 3 [$19.99] in this episode, but you can be sure we'll talk about it next time...

LogoFresh off the Memorial Day holiday, this week has been flooded with insanely awesome game releases. We touch on a bunch of them, but Jared and I definitely will need to spend this weekend playing catch up. From there we discuss some of the news of the week, including how neat it is that we live in a world where you can turn your phone into a VR headset by folding up a fancy piece of cardboard. THE FUTURE, I tell ya'.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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122371_largerThis week's episode of The TouchArcade Show is loaded with discussions of the various games of the week and Mike's odd depth of knowledge when it comes to anything to do with Growing Pains. It's really creepy, in a way that's actually creepy and not just in one of those "Oh I'm just joking around" kind of ways. It's a good time, I promise, you might even learn something... About Growing Pains.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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This week's episode of The TouchArcade Show is sponsored by…

Brickies, Free - The team at Noodlecake isn’t a fan of over the top sales pitches. So they gave us an ad that was simple and to the point.

Brickies is a new take on the classic breakout game genre. It has everything you know and love from brick breakers and a few surprises you won’t see coming. It has lots of levels, great visuals, an endless high score mode, and stackable power ups that result in big time destruction.

If you are a fan of breakout games, or are looking try one out for the first time, Brickies is free on the App Store so you might as well check it out. You’ve got nothing to lose. Except sleep if you stay up all night playing it.

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LogoNow that both Jared and I have our Apple Watches, we start the show by talking a bit about some of the things covered in my review. We're both hopeful for the future, and hoping for Mike to even get an iOS update that would allow him to connect an Apple watch were he to buy one. From there, we move on to some brief game discussion before diving into the drama of the week... Which, this week, seems to be everyone and their brother announcing that they're diving head-first in to mobile from AAA.

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

 

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Oh also, if you've got a new game, a great update, just like supporting what we do, or want to get the word out about something cool you're doing in the world of iOS gaming and are interested in sponsoring either of our podcasts, we've got ad packages that can fit any budget. Shoot an email to ads@toucharcade.com for more information.

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