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In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show I again fight through the crippling exhaustion that comes with having a newborn baby to make words come out of my mouth. It’s not as easy a task as it might seem. Speaking of the newborn, I recount my tale of this past weekend where the little guy got an awful fever and we had to take him to the ER and subsequently spend 3 days in the hospital. All is fine now though, but it was scary, ya’ll. Also I do not recommend the ER during Covid times, if you can help it. We also hit on a few of the big mobile gaming stories of the week, including the long-awaited verdict in the Epic vs Apple trial. We have opinions, I tells ya. Links in the Show Notes below.
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