Plunk down your chips, put on your poker face and shove an extra Ace wherever you need to. It's time to play some cards!
This week on episode 156 of the podcast, we're playing CASINO, from Atari, 1978. And you can BET the FULL HOUSE that this week's story, "A Quarter of the Way There" will DEAL you a HANDful of feels.
Thanks to Mike Mann for his Mad Mike Hughes update theme.
Thanks to Sean Courtney for our Storytime theme.
Are you ready for some football?
Well, too bad. This week on episode 155 we're gonna slam dunk on Kareem Abdul Jabbar as we're playing Atari BASKETBALL from 1979. Then we'll celebrate Dr. James Naismith's creation of the wholesome American game of basketball with some mildly suggestive poetry in the style of Victorian era erotic literature. I'm not slapping the "explicit" tag on this episode, but don't say I didn't warn you.
Thanks to Mike Mann for the Mad Mike Hughes update theme.
Thanks to Sean Courtney for our brand NEW storytime theme.
Episode 154 fires at you like a cannonball, screaming profanity and peeing itself with fear like a human. That's right, we're playing from Atari's early days the "what the hell, let's try this" title, the 1978 classic HUMAN CANNONBALL.
Those of you who didn't get enough of your aggressions out by splatting flailing stick figures into the ground in "Circus Atari", this game is for you. But does this week's short story land dead center in the water tank or smack the dirt?
Thanks to Mike Mann for his "Mad Mike Hughes" update theme.