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As we mentioned a few weeks ago, March has been filled with crazy travel for me. Originally we planned to record this week's podcast on the one (1) day I was going to be home before immediately flying out again to attend the Hearthstone Championship Tour. It certainly isn't the first time I've vastly overestimated the amount of time I had to do something, and it won't be the last. However, given the excitement surrounding the release of Death Road to Canada [$7.99], I've actually got the perfect rewind episode to throw in the feed from the first time Rocketcat Games and Madgarden fist bumped and made a game together. We loved the game when it was released, and on this old episode of the podcast we chat with Kepa and Paul about what went into making it and their decisions behind how many of the mechanics work. It's actually fascinating to go back and listen to now, as it seems the same vibe has persisted in Death Road.

We'll be back with a normal podcast episode (with a video version for Patreon backers) next week. I've got some other cool video stuff I've got planned for the future too, I just ... need to be more, for more than a day.

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POST SHOW NOTE: The audio quality in this episode is all over the place. You'll notice that it's especially quiet. We had to level it out like this though, or else it would have been mega-hard to listen to. Sorry about the inconvenience in advance.

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With Eli on vacation this week, Jared recruits the most villainous human being on the planet, Carter Dotson, to co-host this week's show. We talk at length about Apple's recent "Celebration of Indies" promotion as well as their new initiative to give indies more visibility by giving them their very own separate storefront in the App Store. Then of course we dive into some of the new games from this week, which was one of the most loaded weeks in recent memory. Seriously, my wallet is crying. Finally, we dip into some of the more interesting news stories of the week, including the all-important registering of a trademark for "Swifties" by Taylor Swift. We bring the hard-hitting news stories, that's for sure.

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!

Patreon backers get access to a ultra-rad video version of the podcast (you can get a taste of what they're like above), which you can view by clicking here. It includes us playing the games we're talking about as we're talking about them, and other fun surprises. This week, since I'm out of town, our video podcast was recorded way earlier, is different from the audio podcast, and features all sorts of up and coming games.

 

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We barely dipped our toes into first impressions territory of the Switch on the previous episode, but this episode, we're all about it. We fill up the first 20 minutes or so of the show talking about the console, Zelda, and the way it's integrating into our lives without really replacing our mobile devices at all. From there, we shift gears to talking about some new games released this week, including Mushroom 11 [$4.99], Kingdom: New Lands [$9.99], Yo! Let's UP [Free], Hardway [Free], Free Rider HD [Free], and 1942 Mobile [$1.99]. We finish stuff off with some quick news, and call it a podcast!

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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As you could probably tell by the avalanche of GDC coverage that persisted through the weekend and most of the day today, GDC was busy. At some point at around 10:00 PM Pacific on Friday we were like, "Man we can't record a podcast tonight, it's just going to be us talking about how tired we are." We regrouped, and recorded a pretty rad show today which covers a random assortment of things we saw at GDC and our first impressions of the Nintendo Switch.

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!

Patreon backers get access to a ultra-rad video version of the podcast, which you can view by clicking here. It includes us playing the games we're talking about as we're talking about them, and other fun surprises.

 

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GDC Patient Zero - The TouchArcade Show #296

February 24th, 2017 9:00 PM EDT by Eli Hodapp in Podcast
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We recorded a little early this week, but we still threw down a hell of a show. We kick things off by talking about how Jared is going to be GDC patient zero as he's already come down with a cold and GDC hasn't even started yet! Anyway, aside from sniffles we play a bunch of games. Those include: Rocket Plume [Free], Chief Puzzle Officer [Free], Die By Died [$0.99], The Warlock of Firetop Mountain [$4.99], Soul Knight [Free], and RPG Djinn Caster [$4.99].

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!

Patreon backers get access to a ultra-rad video version of the podcast, which you can view by clicking here. It includes us playing the games we're talking about as we're talking about them, and other fun surprises. Check out the little teaser trailer above if you're curious what it looks like!

 

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Chief Puzzle Officer, Free - Nobody makes it big without stepping on someone first. Introducing Chief Puzzle Officer, a fast paced real time puzzle RPG. Team up with friends and form a Megacorp then rise to the top in daily Corporate Wars.

Free to play with no energy system. Chief Puzzle Officer has something for everyone – real time co-op, deck building, card collecting, weekly events, and multiplayer guild wars. Available now on the App Store and Google Play. Download it today!

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We kick off this week's podcast talking about all the plans for the next few weeks including Train Jam, GDC, WWDC, E3, and how we hope we can make it to PAX this year. From there, we shift gears to talking about games, covering two soft launched titles, Robot Unicorn Attack 3 and Injustice 2. Then we kick over to a couple games you can actually download right now, Gunman Taco Truck [Free] and Postknight [Free].

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!

Patreon backers get access to a ultra-rad video version of the podcast, which you can view by clicking here. It includes us playing the games we're talking about as we're talking about them, and other fun surprises.

 

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Unfortunately, the fears I mentioned in last week's podcast episode came true and I'm currently stuck using the world's worst hotel WiFi (which really describes basically all hotel WiFi). I wasn't even able to place a simple Skype call yesterday, so there's not a whole lot of point in trying to record an hour long podcast today... But, thankfully, we've got tons of back catalog stuff to pull out which I'd bet not many people have heard before. (And if you have, you're a serious hardcore fan of TouchArcade and we really appreciate you sticking around for so long.

Anyway, this week's episode is actually from the third episode of our podcast in 2009 where we had the developers of Pocket God [$0.99] on the show. Pocket God was somewhat of a TouchArcade community sensation, with a following that was sort of incredible at the time. What also makes this episode fascinating to listen to is it was recorded right when there were initial rumblings of free to play and in-app purchases potentially coming to the App Store. Listening to this episode, we don't even really know what to call this style of game and continually refer to in-game purchases as "DLC" as that was the only reasonable comparison at the time.

We'll get back to our regular podcasts next week, and with GDC and all sorts of other stuff coming up I'm hoping to work towards having a few non-time sensitive episodes we can have in queue so we can have normal, new, and unreleased podcasts ready to go in times like this when WiFi doesn't cooperate. But, hey, this will be a great blast from the past for most people I think.

 

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

Creature Quest, Free - From legendary game designer Jon Van Caneghem, creator of the Heroes of Might & Magic series, comes Creature Quest, an adventurous RPG that brings a new level of depth and strategy to mobile games.

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Massive game releases this week come with a massive episode of The TouchArcade Show. We don't waste any time before hopping straight into the game chat. Games covered include Fire Emblem Heroes [Free], Glitchskier [$1.99], Missleman [$2.99], Snailboy: Rise of the Hermitron [Free], and Warlock's Tower [$1.99]. We hit up a couple of the bigger news stories of the week as well as plans in the future with events, both GDC and other fun stuff.

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!

Patreon backers get access to a ultra-rad video version of the podcast, which you can view by clicking here. It includes us playing the games we're talking about as we're talking about them, and other fun surprises.

 

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What Even Is a Spinki? - The TouchArcade Show #292

January 27th, 2017 10:00 PM EDT by Eli Hodapp in Podcast
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I've been a bit under the weather this week, so apologies in advance for coughing, sniffling, and cough drop wrapper rustling... But, we still bust out a pretty high quality podcast (in my opinon)! We discussed a ton of new games, including Alien Path [Free], Potion Explosion [$2.99], Splitter Critters [$2.99], Ninja Spinki Challenges [Free], I Love Hue [Free], and Drifting School Bus [Free]. We also chat a bit about the news of the week as well as some breaking news on Oceanhorn 2.

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!

Patreon backers get access to a ultra-rad video version of the podcast, which you can view by clicking here. It includes us playing the games we're talking about as we're talking about them, and other fun surprises.

 

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unnamed-1This week is so jam packed with game discussion that we really don't even have any time for off-topic shenanigans, which is a good thing. We hop right in discussing a ton of great games that came out recently. Those games include: Super Pixel Heroes : Casual Arcade Action [Free], Super Gridland [$1.99], WarFriends [Free], Sky Dancer [Free], Polywarp [Free], Choco Run 2 [$0.99], Red's Kingdom [$2.99], Z-Exemplar [$3.99], and Stickman Surfer [Free]. A lot of good games.

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!

Patreon backers get access to a ultra-rad video version of the podcast, which you can view by clicking here. It includes us playing the games we're talking about as we're talking about them, and other fun surprises.

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unnamed-1Nobody makes it big without stepping on someone first. Introducing Chief Puzzle Officer, a fast paced real-time puzzle RPG.

Team up with friends and form a Megacorp then rise to the top in daily corporate wars. Free to play, with no energy system. Chief Puzzle Officer has something for everyone – real time co-op, deck building, card collecting, weekly events, and multiplayer guild wars. Out now on Google Play and releasing imminently on the App Store. Download it today!

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Hello, gentle listeners! Wowie, have I got some things to apologize for on this one. First of all, we recorded this a little late due to some conflicting schedules, so we opted to lump two games together into one episode. Then, after recording, I realized that my headset mic wasn't working properly and I had been speaking through my laptop mic for the entire thing. It sounds about as good as you would expect. So while I was trying to figure out what to do with all of that, the holidays hit, things got procrastinated, and here we are. This recording is from early December, so it's not as new or fresh as it could be, but the game discussion is pretty good, I feel, so I wanted to get it out there. We all enjoyed Overlive [$2.99] a lot, and none of us had a very good time with Blazing Souls [$9.99], so it's a real roller coaster...

In the interest of not having Nintendo stuff dominate the podcast, this week we set a timer and split the podcast in two. The first half is all iOS games, covering a lot of the big releases this week including The Binding of Issac [$14.99], Sonny [$2.99], and Xenoraid [Free], with quick hits on Towaga [$1.99], Yuri [$2.99], Alpha Swipe [$2.99], and Bubble Witch 3 Saga [Free]. The second half is all about the Nintendo Switch, so, if you're not into that, feel free to skip it and wait for next week!

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!

Patreon backers get access to a ultra-rad video version of the podcast, which you can view by clicking here. It includes us playing the games we're talking about as we're talking about them, and other fun surprises.

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Wordrops - Addictive Word Puzzle Game, Free - You’re about to discover a new trend in the world of games: a unique way of seeing words like never before! Wordrops will test your vocabulary skills, and you can even go up against your family and friends. With easy-to-understand instructions and a user-friendly interface, it’s an intellectually superior boredom buster. Soak in the high-quality graphics and enjoy hours of fun with loads of exciting prizes waiting for you. Unleash your skills – play now and start winning! Wordrops is available on the App Store and Google Play Store for free. Find out more at www.wordrops.com.

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For whatever reason the first few seconds of this podcast got clipped off when I was recording, so, you'll just have to use your imagination to fill in the blanks of the normal podcast intro. With some new games finally being released, we've got way more to talk about than what's happened over the last year, so we jump right in it with some game discussion. Those games include Final Fantasy VI [$14.99], Mega Man Mobile [$1.99], Mesmeracer [$0.99], Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location [$2.99], Milkmaid of the Milky Way [$3.99], Hotwheels Race Off [Free], Vape Master [Free], and Breakout Ninja [Free].

We've been doing the video version of the podcast for a few weeks now, and this is the first episode that I feel like really realizes what I was hoping for, as playing a ton of different games as we talk about them is way cooler than just kind of farting around in the TouchArcade app as we talk about the different stuff that happened last year. Patreon backers get the video version, which you can view by clicking here. If you've never watched one, this is the one to check out (at least of the episodes we've recorded so far).

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The last podcast of the year (heh) is filled with us going over our personal best-of lists which we hadn't yet published yet when we recorded last week's show. We briefly go over stand out titles that made each of the personal lists unique, then switched gears to reminiscing and talking about our most trafficked stories of the year. There's not a whole lot of surprises, but, we offer some behind the scenes insight into what makes a article get tons of traffic.

Like last week, if you back us on Patreon, you'll get access to a special video version of the podcast where you can see the games we're talking about in real time. If you're an existing backer, check Patreon for the video!

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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 [$4.99], our game of the year.

Like last week, if you back us on Patreon, you'll get access to a special video version of the podcast where you can see the games we're talking about being played in real time along with some visual demonstration of what the AirPods look like as part of that discussion. If you're an existing backer, check Patreon for the video!

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Super Mario Run-o-rama - The TouchArcade Show #286

December 16th, 2016 9:30 PM EDT by Eli Hodapp in Podcast
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With an absolutely insane week behind us of long days and little sleep attempting to cover what might be the biggest game release (so far) in iOS history, this week's episode is primarily about Super Mario Run [Free]. We go over the craziness of preparing for its release on our end, our thoughts on the game, the community reaction, and things we're curious of- Particularly with what likely ended up on the cutting room floor. From there we quickly talk about Highway Runners [$1.99] and Motor Circle [Free], two silly games that have gotten our attention lately. Oh, and of course, we close it out with some news.

We're doing things a little differently with this podcast (and future podcasts) in that we're doing two versions of the show: The one here will be the same old podcast you've listened to for years now, but if you back us on Patreon, you'll get access to a special video version of the podcast where you can see the games we're talking about being played in real time, as well as what it looks like when Jared sits around petting his cat... Among other things. If you're an existing backer, check Patreon for the video!

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Well, it's been a week absolutely jam packed with all sorts of news surrounding Super Mario Run, so really, is it any surprise that the podcast would also have a heaping helping of talking about various Nintendo things? We also talk about the Nintendo Switch a bit again, as now that it's been revealed to be way more tablet-like than we were expecting, we're not really sure where it's going to fall in with other mobile devices in the mobile device usage ecosystem. It'll be an interesting month of speculation until we find out more, that's for sure. Anyway, we spent a lot of time discussing two huge game releases this week: Bully: Anniversary Edition [$6.99] and Galaxy on Fire 3 [Free]. It's a great time, I promise.

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We kick off this week's show with some Black Friday recaps and how the "deals" seem to be extending way longer than usual. We try to get Jared to buy some expensive Legos, and then hop into the requisite game discussion. Those games include Swap Sword [$2.99], Amateur Surgeon 4 [Free], Sletters [Free], Apollo Justice Ace Attorney [$0.99], Sticky Space [Free], and Don't Grind [Free].

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With the holiday this week, we recorded this episode earlier than usual so we spend a lot of time jumping from crazy topic to crazy topic, like what specifically makes Waffle House hashbrowns so good and the math of how many ad views an ad-based game might need to get before it's making anywhere near what it might have made as a paid game with low sales. Along side some brief movie chat, we hit on a random assortment of games including Gun Strider [Free], Please, Don't Touch Anything [$4.99], Solitaire: Decked Out [Free], Microsoft Solitaire Collection [Free], and *Solitaire* [Free]. Turns out when you don't have much to talk about you can just get Jared on the topic of Solitaire games.

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

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FastBall Online is available on the App Store for FREE and more information is available at klikgames.net.

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Nintendo Wants HOW MUCH?! - The TouchArcade Show #282

November 18th, 2016 9:30 PM EDT by Eli Hodapp in Podcast
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We kick off this week's podcast talking about the NES Classic Edition (now that it's out) and Super Mario Run, which had its $9.99 pricing revealed this week. From there, we shifted gears over to talking about some great games that hit the App Store recently marking yet another week of fabulous premium game releases. Those games include Go Rally [$4.99], Super Cat Tales [Free], Neon Chrome [$9.99], Duelstar [$1.99], Monkey Jet [Free], Battleship Lonewolf [$2.99], and another mention of Burrito Bison: Launcha Libre [Free]. Oh, and go see both Dr. Strange and Arrival if you haven't yet. Here's one of the Dr. Strange trailers which we mention near the end of the show:

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