We’re playing with our phones this week. It’s another iOS app show. First we visit the beautiful world of impossible architecture called Monument Valley. Then we dive into These Lumps, a silly game based on Adventure Time. Next we cut the deck and hit the green with Fairway Solitaire Blast. Then we play a Puzzlejuice, an app that combines Tetris and a word game. And finally we play a 20 Questions style game and try to stump Akinator the Genie.
Lordy lordy, look who’s 40. Curtis is! And a lot of people want to wish him a Happy Birthday! Then we play a game called Reminiscing meant for — let’s just be honest — old people. Which we are.
Thanks to everyone who sent birthday greetings for Curtis!
Equable is a game that looks like Scrabble but is played with mathematical equations. If you are frequent listener, you can just imagine how much we’ll enjoy playing this game. We talk about our weekend including hanging out with Marq, Ed and Dan from It’s All About M.E. at Phoenix Comicon.
Taylor the Latte Boy from Pod Is My CoPilot requested we play a trivia game about the 80s this week so lo and behold HERE IS YOUR 80s MUSIC TRIVIA GAME, TAYLOR. It’s all about music in the 80s which means we reminisce a lot about that fantastic musical decade and the loss of K-Tel albums. We also talk about an imaginary sundress for bit. It’s weird, we know.
Be sure to check out Brian on Episode 297 of Pod Is My CoPilot.
Brian is super excited about the new season of 24 coming out so Curtis finds a game based on the action series. Can Jack Bauer save us from horrible licensed board games? Can Brian stop making the 24 countdown clock sound? Will Curtis throttle Brian if he can’t? Find out in this episode!
Trading Spaces Game is based on the popular reality show from the 2000s about two sets of neighbors who redecorate a room in each others home. We try to spend our $1000 budget first by matching our opponent’s answers. We also talk about recently making healthy choices and our excitement for Pride48 in Vegas this September.
Flip The Table sent us this week’s game based on the third season of the popular televised singing competition, American Idol Collectible Card Game. Big ups to them! Check out their very SFW podcast at tableflipsyou.com.
Thanks to dual resident Jeffrey Ricker for the Canadian iTunes review. You are swell.