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Episode 12: Double Trouble

Posted by David on August 16th, 2011

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This week, we vaguely recap The Rise of the Planet of the Apes with Sean’s lack of opinion, and discuss The Devil’s Double, the disturbing indie movie about Uday Hussain… and his double. Moving onto video games, we discuss Rage HD on iPad, an rails shooter with multi-touch goodness and Shaun Inman’s The Last Rocket, a charming 8-bit throwback.

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Linkage!

  • TROTPOTA
  • The Devil’s Double Trailer:

  • Rage HD:

  • Shaun Inman‘s The Last Rocket Trailer: 

  • Sneak peak for Breaking Bad (watch it!):

  • FX makes it impossible to embed. Here’s Louie.



2 Responses to Episode 12: Double Trouble

  1. Yesss, haven’t listened to the full cast yet but just looking down the list of videos I spotted The Last Rocket the other day and it’s on my list of things to get.

    Shaun Inman also did a wonderful little puzzle board game called Horror Vacui (which I have posted about here http://www.nitrobeard.com/home/2011/3/7/raid-dungeon-hit-ball-blow-up-planet.html ) that has wonderful graphics and sweet tunes.

    So :thumbsup: for that.

    • I completely forgot about Horro Vacui! Here I was thinking that this was his first release, but I did remember him working on another release.

      Either way, check out The Last Rocket. It’s really good. I’m somewhere in Level 7 and it’s getting super challenging.

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