Need a break from your family? Didn’t get what you want for Christmas? Well, you’re in luck! Here’s a new episode for ya.
Gotta get away from your family for a bit this Thanksgiving? Let Pie Factory Podcast be your crazy uncle! And what’s more traditional on Thanksgiving than a football game? Let us be your new tradition!
Chicago Bears fans, hopefully a new episode will cheer you up. Philadelphia Eagles fans, celebrate by listening to a new episode. Those of you who don’t like American Football — hey, good news: you can listen to a new episode on Sunday!
In this episode, Sean and Jim talk about two games that are not the most common buggers you’ll see in the arcade world. But hey, it’s for some special friends, so why not?
In this episode, Jim and Sean study the intricacies of the contrapuntal philosophies of the next-generation trends of the upper echelon and how they relate to the hoi polloi’s intrapersonal struggle with the id and the superego. Or…was that another episode?? Hmm…well, this episode talks about either that or a couple of old video games called Space Panic and Looping; we don’t remember for sure.
You know…we recently released episode 100, and, well…we loved doing 100 episodes so much, that we’ve decided, heck with it…let’s do 101! So here we are again with an Exciting New episode for your listening, uhh….experience? Yeah, let’s go with that.
So we’ve lasted 100 episodes! Yay! And we’ve extended that savings on to YOU! Three special guests join our not-so-special hosts for a unique celebration of all things Pie Factory…well, maybe not all things Pie Factory, but…oh, just listen to The Pie Factory Podcast 100th Episode Spatula.
This time Jim and Sean talk about a couple of not-too-common arcade games that have a surprising number of things in common and some pretty interesting back stories.
We apologize for the lateness. We have switched to a 3-week schedule due to a little thing called life. Unfortunately, this coincided with the 4th of July holiday. But nonetheless…here’s the new episode!
This time we’re discussing two well-known but not-easy-to-find titles. Anything else that would be in this description would be filler because we’re not feeling creative right now with this description. Place more text here. Bye.