Everybody’s fourth-favorite midwestern video game podcast hosts have returned from their monthlong tour of Europe, Scandinavia, and the subcontinent with deep thoughts about Battlezone and Juno First. Certainly this episode will go down in history as “The Show Notes Episode.”
Jim and Sean offer you a holiday gift: an extra episode! The Pie Factory hosts aren’t too afraid of…public speaking…to offer one more…broadcast…for 2017. Normally they talk about video games, but this time they get…behind the microphone…another way to talk about a topic pertinent to their past lives. For the…record…this episode’s transmission may make your head spin! We hope you stay…stationary…and don’t get…carted…away! In fact, we hope you end up walking on…the air!
The last episode of 2017 brings you two guys talking about two late ’80s games with two…uhhh…something or other. Ooh…and is there a special something for Patreon supporters? Only time will tell.
Jim and Sean wax philosophical about two Atari vector graphics games. (And unfortunately, new computer = new audio issues, for which they apologize.) Are Sean and Jim stealing No Quarter’s “Novecter” idea? Only time will tell, but listen for details…if any!
So here’s the situation. It’s October. It’s 2017. By process of elimination, that means it’s October 2017. Putting two and two together, you get twotwo. Strategically simulate operations and shoot some suicidal space creatures with Sean and Jim as they answer that musical question: “Huh?”
That’s right, it’s time for another enliftening episode of Pie Factory Podcast. What? You think you’ll skip this one? No, don’t…..cop….out! ha ha! You’ll be…robbed…of some amazing listening! *snort!* (See what I did there?)
Congratulations: you survived the end of the world! Your reward is getting to listen to the soothing sounds of Jim’n’Sean waxing nostalgic about two Sega games. Will Jim finally find the lost chord? Will Sean be reunited with his ticker tape machine? Listen and find out.