On this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show, we kinda didn’t talk about iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch games. Instead, we celebrate another year of our podcast in the best way possible: by talking about Warhammer, kittens, Magic: The Gathering, and Apple TV. This is probably our most off-topic podcast ever, so buckle up if you haven’t hear us go off the rails before.
If you’d like to listen — and we all know you want to — go ahead and bang one of the links below. You can also subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and Zune. Subscribing is, maybe, the easiest way to listen to us. You get the shows instantly and don’t have to bother with clicking on stuff. It’s a cool deal.
We’ve got some show notes for you this week right below, but before you start looking at those, we’d like to thank you for your continued support of the new TouchArcade show. We genuinely appreciate all the e-mails and discussions, all the reviews, all the clicks, and all the love you’ve given us in 2012. Here’s to a rocking 2013, and keep being just as awesome as you are, guys. Hugs and kisses.
- Horus Rising, the book
- 2012’s Biggest iPhone, iPad, and iPod Leaks and Rumors [MacRumors]
- Sam Goody
- Cats [Wikipedia]
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