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This is one of the best podcasts I have listened to in a long time! This podcast is very underrated. The hosts are great and have a good opinion. They also are good at breaking down the game. They also don’t do many popular games which is good because you’re hearing something new and it’s actually a game to consider that you haven’t heard about before. Overall this is a 5 star podcast. Would 100% recommend!
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I love how they breakdown every part of a game and I don’t know why but one of them sounds like stampycat the one who isn’t Sam that bruh moment when somehow stampycat got autocorrected to stamps at
I highly recommend this podcast if your into mobile games or just looking for a game to play they do all types of games
Love it, funny and educational, but most importantly, family friendly. Would love it if you added time stamps or chapters, but not docking a star. I think you should get an expert on the game as a guest to explain it to you. I recommend StarWars Galaxy of Heroes. A good expert is the Shattered Order. Also recommend clash of clans, because it’s a classic, and Bloons tower defence 6, because it is the most in depth TD game I've ever played. Another bonus: almost no monetization!
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Seven Days to Play launched 5 years ago and published 205 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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