In this podcast, Jeddy forms a band! OK, maybe that’s not actually true, but “Jeddy & the College Kids” would be a great band name. Join Alex Jedraszczak, Anna Bryniarski, Joseph Martin, and Diana Gray as they talk about topics, laugh more than they should, and talk about such amazing topics as:
- Podcasting-related injuries sustained by the participants
- The results of the GameCola The END DAY race
- A reference to Army of Darkness
- Why does wind knock down rock walls but not ice walls?!
- That reminds me of a puzzle!
- If you have a lamp in one room and three switches in another room, how do you tell which switch turned on the lamp if you can’t go back to the room with the switches?
- Hint Coin: The lamp has an incandescent bulb.
- When would this puzzle ever be useful in the real world?!
- Life in the Dorms happens in the background of the podcast.
- Jeddy checks the comments on his Steam Greenlight submission.
- Fanmail about The Great Ace Attorney
- Jeddy searches for images of Iris Watson on Google Image Search
- Weren’t people supposed to switch from Twitch.tv to Hitbox?
- Is the podcast over or not…?!
What a podcast! Why not give it a listen? Why not visit our Actual Internet Website, GameCola.net? Why not visit our YouTube page, or our Facebook page, or our Twitter feed, or our Tumblr…uh…blarg? You can do it all—and, so much more! But, it all begins with listening. Please. For the children.
Joe’s “Puzzle” reminded me of the final question on a Fan Mail I sent a few podcasts ago.
HoHoHoliday Livecast is coming up, right! I have fond memories of the last one, I can’t wait until then! Here’s hoping everything can be worked out beforehand!
Is it weird that I think that Layton 5 doesn’t look awful in 3D? When I played it for the first time, I was in awe by how well the backgrounds worked with the perspective. Though I won’t deny that the character models left something to be desired.
I also don’t really have a problem with the Layton endings. Idk, it’s entertaining to me to see such out-there ideas. The only time I got upset about one is actually Azran Legacy, because they failed to set it up properly and it felt really last-minute. It just seemed like there was a lot of missed potential.
Looking forward to the Ho-Ho-Holiday Podcast. Hopefully I don’t forget about in the following months. I was on for last year’s and it was really fun. 🙂
Okay, I admit, awful may have been an overstatement. Those character models though, thank goodness they fixed those.
I completely agree with you about the endings as well. Don’t remember if I’ve ever talked about this on the site, but somehow I predicted the end of Curious Village and I was amazed at myself.
Thanks for listening and hope to see you at the livecast! 🙂
Thank you, Anna, for initiating one of the best intros in GC Podcast history, and Joe, for the delightful out-of-nowhere reference at the very end. Consistently entertaining the whole way through, even with the in-depth discussions of Layton and Wright (which are series I’m aware of, but haven’t really gotten involved with), and I like that everyone participated about equally. Well done, all around.
“I’m in a sinking ship and need to solve this bullshit puzzle” is the plot of 999: Nine Doors Nine People Nine Hours.
Also, Jeddy, did you know there are more than four colors for Pizzarian? I just thought you should know.
Prominent Sherlock Holmes games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13YlEPwOfmk
Also: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle hated, /HATED/ Sherlock Holmes and consistently fucked around with the story.