This week was kind of a blur for me with so much cool stuff happening between Bioshock getting announced, desperately trying to beat the Military Quarter in Hearthstone, Dragon Quest IV launching, and so much more. We manage to distill all this amazement into one hour of podcast. Or, try to, anyway.
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- One Tap RPG (Free)
- Dragon Quest IV ($14.99)
- Run Forrest Run (Free)
- Micromon ($0.99)
- Hearthstone (Free)
- Hands-On with ‘Bioshock’ for iOS – The World of Rapture in the Palm of Your Hands
- The Internet is Not Too Happy About Peter Molyneux’s ‘Godus’
- Gameloft’s ‘World of Warcraft’-like ‘Order & Chaos Online’ Goes Free
- Here’s The Evidence: ‘Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies’ Is Coming To The West
- New Tiger Woods Golf and NFL Management Games in the Works Courtesy of Zynga
- ‘Oceanhorn’ Game of the Year Edition Update Now Available
- ‘Traps n’ Gemstones’ Updated with MFi Controller Support and Bug Fixes
- Square Enix’s ‘Secret of Mana’ On Sale this Week for $3.99
- Are You Smart Enough For This ‘Smarter Than You’ Puzzle?
- At Long Last, ‘Mage Gauntlet’ Gets 4-inch Widescreen Support on iPhone
This week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show is sponsored by…
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