Just in time for the end of Sega Week at Galloping Ghost Arcade, Sean and Jim express their abiding love for Sega’s classic Zaxxon sequel. And while they’re at it, they give some time to the little-appreciated Atari vector game. (Oh, and they forgot to mention that they’re on Google Play now. Smart, guys, REAL smart.)
Jim and Sean eat tomatoes, tomahtoes, potatoes, and potahtoes and call the whole thing off as they argue over pronunciation and wax nostalgic about Midwest Gaming Classic. (Keep up with future episodes for more MGC coverage!)
You did it. You survived Monday. You deserve a reward. Here. Have a pie. In fact, have a whole factory of pies. Pie Factory Podcast, that is.
And while you’re at it, get your ticket for Midwest Gaming Classic, where we are proudly joining our friends from Underground Retrocade this coming Saturday. Be there. Or be somewhere else. We will at least try to do some live broadcasts, so please check our Facebook page and the news section of our web site (www.piefactorypodcast.com) before and throughout Saturday for updates!
Gooooooooooooooooooooood Friday morning, Pie Factory fans! What better way to start a Friday than with a new episode from Sean and Jim? Boy howdy, if there is a better way, we don’t think we wanna know.
At long last, episode 26! Yep, Pie Factory Podcast just in time for Pi Day. Heh. Get it? Course you do. In addition to discussing these Midway classics, Sean and Jim reflect on their excitement (*cough cough*) about the then-impending Coleco Chameleon. Also, listen to a new song by the Buckner-Garcia Band.
Jim and Sean veer into, well…potentially NSFW territory…for one episode as they play Puzznic (Japanese version, we’ll just leave it at that), Lady Killer, and Miss World ’96 Nude for research purposes. Yeah…Research purposes! That’s why! History!
Sean and Jim break from the usual Pie Factory Podcast format to chat face-to-face (perfect for an audio podcast) with Brian Colin, designer of Rampage, Arch Rivals, Xenophobe, and many other games too numerous to mention to fit in the iTunes description. And yet more discussion of the pronunciation of Galaga.