Ep. 459 – Wall Street Kid

Wall Street Kid

Here at TADPOG Podcast, we intend to use it before we lose it. That’s right! We’re talking about the classic tycoon strategy game for the NES: Wall Street Kid. Published in 1990 by SOFEL (Simon or Fred Eat Licorice—subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher). Choco Chica joins us to eat the rest of Blumpkin Bear’s package. We take some calls. Dinosaur Talk. Sleepy spici chocolately bois ahead.
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Ep. 458 – Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon

Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon

You like that sweet Gothic Action Platformer talk that we do oh-so often when we talk about Castlevania? We have more when we discuss the new retro style offering, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon. But of course we also have to talk about The Hardy Boys and how Frank and Joe Hardy should influence “classic TADPOG” episode art. Did someone say Frasier Call of Cthulhu? Of course we cover that. We open a package from Mastermold Mike, Tyler issues a Spin-Off quiz, and we wrap it all up with a dramatic reading.
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Ep. 457 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (NES)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles NES

We plunge into the murky poo-poo water beneath the Big Apple long enough to talk about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the NES. Yes, that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—freaks on fire, April showing her support, electric seaweed! We open a package from Listener Sean. Yes, we make TMNT parallels to Frasier as well as Friends.
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Ep. 456 – Final Fantasy XI (Part 2)

Final Fantasy XI

You know we had to do an Electric Boogaloo for FFXI! So Miller is back with for more Final Fantasy XI talk. Dave’s Old Wendy’s Nemesis rears his head once again.  Tyler returns from Disney World having learned more of life’s lessons. Drew from For the Love of Indie gives us a very nice package. Incredibly Tough Trousers Monster (It’ll make sense after you listen). If you liked the break down from last episode of FFXI, then you’ll definitely enjoy us finishing up this two part episode.
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