On this week’s episode, as promised, we spend quite a bit of time talking about what it’s like to attend Blizzcon. It includes a lot of chat about Blizzard’s whole lineup of products, which isn’t supremely mobile focused, so if you don’t care about that just skip ahead a little bit. From there we dive into discussing the iPad Pro along with a discussion on The Room series of games before briefly mentioning a couple other titles and hopping feet first into the news
This week we’re basically having the podcast I wanted to have last week , as Jared finally got his new Apple TV. We discuss both of our impressions with the device after using it for a more significant amount of time, as well as go through some of the more obscure control methods that developers have been trying to implement
I have joked at various points about getting a clicker game that supports Metal for its visuals. Like, I’d love for a game to be like Infinity Blade [ $5.99 ] level visuals, but just a clicker. The most gorgeous, well-done game done in what is the most inane, basic genre
Marriage is a tricky, tricky act, isn’t it? Quite often those joined in holy matrimony don’t really fit well together, and even when they do, compromises must abound if there is to be any kind of happiness in their new union. And when the marriage is of two very different people, the challenges are even greater
Out Now: ‘Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons’, ‘Neo Monsters’, ‘Zombie Match Defense’, ‘Please, Don’t Touch Anything’, ‘Baseball Apocalypse’, ‘Future…
Boy, I picked a heck of a week to come back from vacation. This week was absolutely bursting with new games. So much so that I don’t even have time for a witty intro! As usual, there’s a variety of interesting looking games on offer today, as well as the last minute surprise arrival of critically acclaimed console and PC game Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons .
Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the RPG Reload , the weekly feature where we leave no gravestone unturned. Each week, we take a look at an RPG from the App Store’s past to see how it’s doing in the here and now. It’s a chance to go back to old favorites, consider their place in the overall iOS library, or even just to take a deeper dive than our reviews typically allow
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RPG Reload File 058 – ‘Solomon’s Boneyard’
This is an exciting episode, despite lacking both Jared who is on his honeymoon and Mike Meade who was sleeping. Carter Dotson is playing the part of Jared, spending most of the podcast watching baseball while I drill Ryan “Ryan Noodlecake” Holowaty on all things Noodlecake. We start the show out with a letter from the mysteriously absent Maglor, and spend the rest of the podcast discussing all of the neat things about Noodlecake
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The TouchArcade Show – 226 – Maglor Speaks!
Jared is getting married this weekend, and will be vanishing from TouchArcade for the next week and a half while he does various honeymoon activities. So, strap in for the last podcast featuring the bearded one as a bachelor.
One of the things I like about Japanese visual novels as opposed to their Western interactive fiction counterparts is they seemingly habitually go completely off the rails at points.
We had a brief teaser of The Balloons from Noodlecake Games, Hyperbeard, and Apps-o-Rama, mostly centered around spikes. But what about the actual game itself? Well, a trailer with actual gameplay footage is out now, and it shows off some of what to expect from The Balloons
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Noodlecake’s ‘The Balloons’ is Kind of Like ‘Crossy Road’ with Pixel Art and Helium