Plug and Play Ep.34 – Live From Dirty Hands Brewing

Subscribe on iTunes     Subscribe via RSS What To Expect In This Episode: In This Episode we come to you live from Dirty Hands Brewing in downtown Vancouver! We discuss finals being over, Tim got a “new” job and he gets his hands on the Oculous Rift. We discuss Tims lack of gaming this week, and … Read morePlug and Play Ep.34 – Live From Dirty Hands Brewing

Plug and Play Ep.33 – Windows 10 Party

Subscribe on iTunes     Subscribe via RSS What To Expect In This Episode: In This Episode we run down the birthdays boys presents and talk about how Tim is planning on getting money this year for a gaming PC! We discuss this crazy wind we’ve been having lately and how it destroyed Tim’s fence again. … Read morePlug and Play Ep.33 – Windows 10 Party

Plug and Play Ep.32 – Robot Pancakes

Subscribe on iTunes     Subscribe via RSS What To Expect In This Episode: In This Episode we talk about Zach’s crazy coding schedule. Apparently there are a lot of bugs in the coding game. Tim talks about his continued adventure in Pokemon and leveling up enough to take on the first gym leader. Tim learns … Read morePlug and Play Ep.32 – Robot Pancakes

Plug And Play Ep.31 – Plugged In

Subscribe on iTunes     Subscribe via RSS What To Expect In This Episode: In This Episode we talk about Tim’s Cross Fit Open anticipation, Siri talking to Kevin Spacey, And Zach working on switching the old site(buttonsmashersblog.com) to the new domain(thebuttonsmashers.com). Zach gives you a run down on how the transfer went and some of … Read morePlug And Play Ep.31 – Plugged In

Indie Developer Steps On Gas

Indie game developer TinyBuild has recently stepped on the gas and hired Yulia Vakhrusheva (Director from Casual Connect and Indie Prize) to boost it’s indie publishing. Yulia Vakhrusheva has been brought in as the new Director of Business Development. Tiny Build is setting up to publish more games in 2015 than ever before. Currently TinyBuild … Read moreIndie Developer Steps On Gas

Papo & Yo

The modern gamer has many independent puzzle platformers to choose from, and an unending amount of digital boxes to push and virtual switches to pull . While Papo and Yo has these boxes and switches, it sets itself apart by jumping past the obstacle of the TV screen, and tugging switches in the player’s heart.