Posts tagged #gaming

Listener Questions - The Magic Hour Show 23

This week we take a stab at answering some listener questions! Thanks to all who sent in something, keep em coming! (1:06:38/61.1MB)

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Posted on September 2, 2015 and filed under Show.

Questions with Eden Industries - The Magic Hour Show 22

This week we are joined by Ryan Vandendyck and Andrew Hoculik of Eden Industries, developers of Citizens of Earth. We also answer some listener questions, and give away a copy of Citizens of Earth to one lucky question asker! (1:22:18/75.4MB)

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Posted on August 26, 2015 and filed under Show.

Gaming Community - The Magic Hour Show 21

Special guest (and fellow Canadian) Justin Masson from Nintendo Dads joins Eugene, Ryan and Mikey this week to talk about games, news, and Gaming Community.  (1:30:24/82.8MB)

Magic Hour Picks of the Week:

Ryan - Apple Music, now free during the first three months after launch

Justin - Exploding Kittens; a funded KickStarter card game &  Kings of Toyko board game (great for younger kids)

Mikey - Marvel Digital Unlimited, Digital comics that are all you can read. What is there not to love for $70/yr. Great for getting your kiddos to read some classic comics.

Eugene - Dr. Moku Hiragana and Katakana learning games, a quick and visual way to learn the characters that make up these two Japanese character systems, on iOS, Android, and in your browser.

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Posted on August 19, 2015 and filed under Show.