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Tuesday
May022017

PSP #366: TumbleSeed Review

TumbleSeed is one of Marc's favorite games of 2017, if not their favorite (so far), and they talk all about why it's their favorite (and why it might become one of yours) on today's show. What is TumbleSeed? TumbleSeed is a unique little roguelike where you need to balance a seed on a platform while making your way up a mountain full of various colorful dangers, from holes in the ground to worms with big mouths. Sound weird? Well, it is weird, weird in all the best ways, but don't just take my written word for it, take my spoken word for it too 'cause, after all, that's what this post is all about. Anyway, cheers and enjoy the show (and, hopefully, some TumbleSeed too).

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