It’s that time again: another exciting, mammoth blockbuster edition of Pie Factory Podcast! This time it’s about Mr. Do!, which is definitely not related to Dig Dug in any way at all, it looks nothing like that game, nothing to see here…and a ’90s Namco maze game released only in Japan. So get your favorite podcast grabber and enjoy this episode while you visit your tinkle pit! Show notes will be available on http://www.piefactorypodcast.com.
Jim and Sean continue their deep discussion about Pac-Man and recap their feelings about Space Duel. Part 2 begins with a very important message about something we both take very seriously, and we implore you to please pay close attention. Afterwards, celebrate Sean’s birthday with the PFP fun and special surprises!
We are proud to offer this mega-episode. Part 2 will be up in two weeks, but for part 1, we have a pretty exciting talk with Galloping Ghost’s Doc Mack. The rest of the show is a bit lop-sided toward Space Duel, but that’s only because Pac-Man is so monumental that we required literally more than an entire episode to talk about that one game that spawned a cultural phenomenon that has yet to show any hint of going away. We hope you’ll enjoy this one. Oh, and…do Jim and Sean finally settle their “Galaga” argument?
What better way to celebrate the long weekend than with the latest fun filled frolics from Jim and Sean! Two 1983 classics, and…did someone say contest? CONTEST WINNER ANNOUNCED!! CONTEST WINNER ANNOUNCED!!! YAAAAAAAY!!!
There’s a wonderful and exciting world out there when we discover that we don’t need TV to entertain us: we have the Pie Factory Podcast. Join McSean and Jim as they help Junior rescue his papa and warp to Uranus with Gyruss. Oh…and did somebody say “contest”?
Part 1 of a series of Jimmy G and Sean discussing the home consoles they’ve known and, quite possibly, loved! Oh…and did someone say CONTEST? Listen to this episode for the two arcade games Jim and Sean will be discussing for episode 13 for your chance to win a lovely prize package related to this episode’s Atari 2600 theme!
Due to the absence of both their producer and booth announcer, Jim and Sean deal with audio difficulties as they wax philosophical about these space shooters. Oh…and did somebody say “contest”?