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Pocket Gamer iPhone and iPad gaming podcast: Episode 204 - Gameloft leaks, Pudding Monsters, Anomaly Korea, Badland

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Product: Pocket Gamer Podcast | Manufacturer: Steel Media
 
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Things turn slightly surreal on the podcast this week, as Keith and James talk about a subject they later discover they can't talk about, and are then forced to remove any trace of their having talked about it.

Confused? Just you wait.

Anyways, we also discuss Pudding Monsters, ZeptoLab's long-awaited follow-up to Cut the Rope. After that, we try to pin down a release date for Anomaly Korea, and take a closer look at Rayman Jungle Run's Potpourri update.

We've got New Releases coming out of our ears, too, including PikPok's atmospheric endless-runner Into the Dead and Pendulo Studios's point-and-click B movie tribute Hollywood Monsters.

Keith then talks about a game he's been playing on his Windows Phone. He is subsequently fired by the podcast powers that be. He will be replaced by a singing bass.

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James Gilmour 7 December 2012
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