Listen to two best friends talk about a video game they love. What makes it so special, and hard to put down? They’re only Playing for Fun — so it’s just the good stuff, none of the bad stuff. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Tiffany Arment.
Climb, reach, piton, jump, slide, throw grappling hook, swing, jump, you found a treasure!, flip it, add journal entry, admire vistas, mark enemy, stealth take down, throw grande, take cover, equip shotgun, aim fire, punch, run, cover, drop down, NATHAN!!
Plants vs. Zombies and World of Goo
Tap, tap, drag, place, drag, place, tap tap tap, the zombies are coming! Tap tap, drag, place, drag, place. - the Sign Painter
Punch trees, gather wood, craft boards, craft sticks, build crafting table, gather stone, craft a pickaxe, it's getting dark, mine into mountain, gather coal, craft a torch, hear zombie growls, block the entrance of the cave, survive until morning.
Pokémon: Let's Go
Today's the day, say goodbye to Mum, go meet professor Oak, choose your starter, venture out in to the world, there's a Pidgey! Throw a Poke Ball, waiting, waiting, it's caught! You're on your way to be the very best.
Follow the Freeman.
The Funsies 2019
Cast your votes, put on fancy clothes, walk to red carpet, the envelope please...., thank the academy, toast to all the wonderful nominees!
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My heart in the show
On ep 1 I thought to watch ep 2 but the sec I finished it I was hooked then I whatched every single episode
Right from the first episode this podcast is great! I love how they only talk about the positives of games. It can be mentally exhausting to listen to all the negatives when a podcast decides to go that route. But this is just mentally invigorating.
another delightful podcast
okay, so, i'll admit, when i can't make a choice about something cultural like "would i like this movie" or "should i bring this pen to work" i always think "what would myke think?" as i'm pretty sure he and i have similar tastes and weird interests (weird in the unique and pleasant way not in a bad way). so i suspected is like this podcast as much as every other baby of the eighties loves nineties toy nostalgia ( hashtag loved ready player one before it was a movie) and it makes me so happy it's like the podcast was catered to my past! i know myke and i are of similar ages and probably economic backgrounds but in a time where we all feel isolated it's nice to hear someone celebrate the same nostalgia you also treasure.