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Episode 60: The Indoor Kids
Vegetarian Haggis
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The Indoor Kids #60: Vegetarian Haggis

The Indoor Kids are coming to you at the end of their long journey to Scotland. Learn about the Mac and IPhone games Emily has been playing! Feast your eyes on the wonders of Vita games! Hear about Scottish food and the Fringe Festival! Revel in Kumail’s cold that has nearly robbed him of his voice!

Note: We apologize for this episode being a little shorter than most, but Kumail barely made it through as it was. Thank you for being patient and we love you all!

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Comments

  1. J King Kong says:

    THANK YOU for recommending “Kill List” I loved it*

    (If you are left with questions that MUST be answered after watching Kill List?? This review will help you out)

    http://www.holymoly.com/film-dvd/blog/kill-list-what%E2%80%99s-it-all-about

  2. Emily says:

    I believe we talked about:

    SoundShapes for Vita- the game where you build as a song as you progress through the level

    TwinGo- an IPhone game where you move as a pair to solve puzzles

    Botanicula- a gorgeous PC/Mac game (the demo is free) where you and a team of your pals who all live in a massive tree have to protect the final seed of that tree

    Find Me a Good One- downloadable PC/Mac game by the Parsons student where you find friends to help your brother fight his nightmares

    Beat Sneak Bandit- IPhone/IPad game where you have to move to the beat while you sneak around a huge mansion

  3. Aj says:

    2nded the suggestion to definitely check out any/all of the games produced by Amanita Design (Botanicula their latest, is excellent, but Machinarium, Samorost 1 & 2 are also brilliant) Very unique, engaging, tricky puzzle games, all with really great soundtracks.

  4. Ben Z says:

    I like Project Runway AND Indoor Kids!

    What were those Indie games Emily mentioned? And the descriptions?

  5. Alec says:

    Hello World is basically ‘Babby’s First Program.’ All it does is output that phrase, but it shows you have a basic understanding of the structure of the programming language if it compiles properly.

  6. MichaelH says:

    Caught Kumail’s show the day the fire alarm went off after 20 minutes! Glad pretty much everyone came back in for the last 15, it was a good recovery and a cool show even when truncated!

    Now need to find out what the VCR story was though…

  7. Jen says:

    I watch Project Runway, Emily. You are not alone. I’m to the point where I feel a personal connection with Michael Kors whenever I see one of his stores. He doesn’t give a shit about you, Jen. He only cares about maintaining his tan.

  8. Robbie says:

    Congratulations on the show last night – took 3 uninitiated friends along and they all really enjoyed it. Best of luck with your last show tonight.

  9. Geoff says:

    Botanicula is a great game. The company that made it also made a couple other games that are amazing. Machinarium and Samarost are both point & click (like Botanicula) but very different art styles. They are both available on Steam.

  10. Michelle says:

    The French phrase people would yell out before tossing thir poop bucket out the window is… I foget how to actually spell it, so here it is spelled phonetically.

    “Guard-ee Lew.”