The TouchArcade Show – 186 – Happy Whatever Doesn’t Make You Mad!

The TouchArcade Show - 186 - Happy Whatever Doesn't Make You Mad!There were a ridiculous amount of games to be released this week, since it’s the week before the iTunes freeze and all… So, we spend the vast majority of the podcast yammering on about the latest and greatest. There’s even authentic slinky sounds, which means I should probably add to my real-life soundboard until we’re somewhere near a early 1900’s radio show.

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  • Looney Toons Dash [Free]
  • Galcon 2 [Free]
  • Golf is Hard [Free]
  • X-Plane 10 [Free]
  • SimCity Build It [Free]
  • Platform Panic [Free]
  • Taekwondo Game Global Tournament [Free]
  • Give It Up! [$0.99]
  • Stair: Slide the Blocks to Ascend [$1.99]


  • Perspective-Altering Platformer ‘1-Bit Ninja’ Gets Update for Modern Devices
  • A New Mobile Game in the ‘Lords of the Fallen’ Universe is Coming in 2015
  • ‘Tomb Raider Pack’ Offers All Three Mobile ‘Tomb Raider’ Games for the Price of One
  • Square Enix’s Holiday Sale Begins
  • ‘Minecraft’ Creator Notch Just Outbid Jay-Z and Beyonce on a Beverly Hills Mega-Mansion
  • Tower Defense Classics ‘geoDefense’ and ‘geoDefense Swarm’ Getting Updated with Fixes and New Levels
  • Simogo’s ‘The Sensational December Machine’ Isn’t Mobile, but Check it Out Anyway
  • ‘Badland’ Gets New Levels, and New Games in the Works?
  • ‘Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars’ Gets Huge Update, Now Universal with Widescreen, Retina Display, and MFi Controller Support
  • The Best-Reviewed Game of the Year was…’VVVVVV’?

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