We start this week’s show out by talking about our recent initiative to stream games on Twitch, moving on to the hot games of the week with a hefty amount of time arguing about how bad (or how good) Flappy Bird is, which is currently sitting pretty at the #1 free spot on iTunes for reasons unknown. Of course from there, we delve into the news, argue about Nintendo, and hit on some upcoming games we’re excited about.
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- Flappy Bird (Free)
- Small Fry (Free)
- Shadow Blade ($1.99)
- Cat Basket (Free)
- Bardbarian (Free)
- Slender Rising 2 ($3.99)
- Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition ($9.99)
- Sony Releases Another Free Game, ‘Bentley’s Hackpack’, Set in the Sly Cooper Universe
- Do You Think Mobile Gaming Will Ever Be Taken Seriously in the Minds of “Hardcore" Gamers?
- A Look at Apple’s MFi Controller Program and Why iOS Game Controllers Are Failing to Deliver
- ‘Surgeon Simulator’ on iPad Set to Have a New Dentistry Mode
- ‘The Wolf Among Us’ Episode Two Set to Hit the First Week of February
- Double Fine’s ‘Broken Age Act 1’ Hits Windows, Mac and Linux January 28th, iOS Version Hitting “In the Future"
- ‘The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth’ Could Be Heading to the iPad
- Free Face and Eye Tracking Game ‘Umoove Experience’ is Pretty Magical
- Clash of Clans imgur Gallery: Innovation on the App Store
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