Bad graphs, cancelled trips, screen time getting enabled, and Apple Arcade contracts getting cancelled. The good news is we talk about Animal Crossing?
We talk about the games offered in the Itch.io Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality, Just Dance and Animal Crossing on the Switch, Apple’s WWDC announcements, and Grindstone still grinding.
While recording the previous episode, we went on a long enough tangent discussion around Disney+, Amazon Prime, Apple TV+, and all the ways to watch TV and movies in 2020. So we broke it off into it’s own special bonus episode. Enjoy!
We’re talking about Minecraft Dungeons, when should kids start Minecraft, Obduction, Winding Worlds, and Towers of Everland.
We’ve been playing Star Wars Pinball, Untitled Goose Game, Legend of the Skyfish 2, The Other Side, and Hearthstone. And so we talk about those games - and more!
Nick tries a whole bunch of Arcade games, Chris has a confession to make.
We’re taking a break from playing one specific game and just talking about the games we’re playing as we isolate in home with kids and family. And definitely not buying Animal Crossing.
Life is crazy right now but we still have video games. What have we been playing while we’re under quarantine and isolation?
We - well not all of the we - review Over the Alps, and Kids Corner officially gets a Switch added to it.
We review Pilgrims from Amanita Design, publisher of other popular games like Machinarium, & Samorost. Grindstone gets a gore update, Nick’s progress in Enchanted Worlds, and preview the game we’re playing next.
We’re reviewing Grindstone - a game that Nick calls a near perfect mobile game.
We review Enchanted World, talk about a Mac mini gaming TV, and preview next episode’s game.
Was it doomsday for Doomsday Vault? What are we playing next week? Do we mention Dear Reader… again?
We return from a holiday break and catch up on What the Golf, a new Switch, city building games, and tracking kids screen time.
We’re reviewing Ultimate Rivals: The Rink, Apple announces annual subscription option, Dear Reader updates, and the game we’re playing over the holidays.
We’re reviewing Lego Brawls, a Smash Bros style game set in the Lego universe, talk a bit about genres and styles for kids in Apple Arcade, and preview next episode’s game.
We’re reviewing Inmost, talking family screen time restrictions, Fortnite, and what to do with weirdos playing with your kids.
Nicolas and Chris talk about the Apple Arcade games they’ve tried, what isn’t working, and what they’re playing next.