Get your holes ready! One-half of TADPOG Sweethearts, Josh Nance, joins the podcast to talk about Donut County, the 2018 indie game by Ben Esposito. Tyler is out this week, so this is a JADPIG episode (Josh and Dave Play Indie Games, duh). While unsupervised, Dave and Josh found a Funky Kong religion and talk about cat murder on a local scale!
We’re talking about the rogue-like adventure game Reigns, for Steam, iOS and Android. Dave’s back from Dragoncon, so there’s some discussion about board games, card games and Japanese arcade games. There might also be a teeny-tiny amount of Pokémon Go talk. We read a few texts from listeners; we create a new NBC sitcom entitled “Floor To Man”; we list a few of our favorite subreddits.
We hang up our werewolf-slaying hats and decide to use a silver bullet to kill an afternoon instead. That’s right. By request of Saint Zach (sort of), we’re talking about Coors Light Super Refresh-Men, the iOS brawler. If a mobile beer-centric video game is a little too hardcore for you, don’t worry. We also talk about the scripted programming on the USA Network, MTV reality shows, and we even take some calls. Please refresh responsibly.
On this episode of TADPOG Podcast, we are joined by (Color Mage) John Sullivan and Mike Bloom, creators of the battle card game Mario Italiano Four Families. They share with us their love of comics, video games and their experience of creating a video game which recently launched on the App Store.
Eventually has come again, TADPOG Nation. On this glorious Monday we take on the Five Star Review request of Lord Mike of Purdue with the indie game LIMBO. This might be an odd one because we run the gamut with stories and ideas about the game. You want semi serious religious talk about Purgatory, Hell and various denominations? We’ve got that covered. Our resident expert on Kirby and Horror, Nicole Nance joins us to talk about the game, discuss religion and take some calls.