July 24, 2021

Die Nite

Are people who control the game

In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show we spend a healthy amount of time...

In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show we spend a healthy amount of time discussing the biggest news in the gaming world this week: Valve announcing the Steam Deck handheld gaming PC. We also talk about what an absolute clown show the pre-ordering process was. We then switch gears to talk about Eli’s new employer Gamemill’s upcoming game Nickelodeon’s All-Star Brawl, which kind of set the internet on fire this week. Finally we hit on some of the top mobile gaming stories of the week, including a LONG-awaited update to Slay the Spire. Links can be found in the Show Notes below.

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Show Notes:

  • ‘wurdweb’ is a Cute and Infinitely Playable New Word Game from the Makers of ‘Hidden Folks’ that’s Heading to Apple Arcade
  • ‘Just Cause Mobile’ Delayed Until Next Year Due to COVID-19
  • ‘Slay the Spire’ on iOS to Receive Version 2.2 Update, Cloud Saving, Larger Text, and Much More
  • Check Out this Short Documentary on the Making of the Quirky ‘Say No! More’