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Join us every other week as we convene the 'video game book club.' Each episode is structured around a topic: anything from 'Trust' to 'Robots' to 'Body Parts'. Listen in as your hosts each bring a game to the table that they think exemplifies that topic in some way. Give us a shot and remember, games are just metaphors.
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May 5, 2020

This episode of LTRT comes to us from listener Alex McCrady! Thanks so much for the suggestion!

Physics: it makes the world go round and makes games possible (Probably? Maybe?? None of us know science!). Giovanni discusses the difficulty of moving his legs. Dave questions control and standards. Colin reads a product review from 2000. Greg tries to tie it all together but plays The Incredible Machine instead. 

Quarantine is on and we've been doing some streams over on twitch.tv/lefttriggerrighttrigger. In fact we just hit affiliate status (by accident. Oops!) so come by and check us out. We've also been posting highlight reels over on our YouTube page. 

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Games discussed include QWOP, Human Fall Flat, InventorLabs: Technology, and Portal 2

Show Notes: 

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