EPISODE 97: MOUSE TRAP
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Build a better mouse trap and the world will beat a path to your door.
Well, that’s assuming they can find the door. It’s like a maze out here. Hasn’t anyone heard of Google Maps?
This week on episode 97 we’re playing Exidy’s 1981 game MOUSE TRAP (Well, specifically we’re playing Coleco’s later Atari port of said game) and then we’ll dissect the motives of the titular mouse. Is it really all about the cheddar?
Crowd around your podcaster apparatus to listen, but on your way grab a big, gooey bowl of cheese fondue and some delectable items to dip. Or a trowel with which to apply the cheese directly to your skin. You do you.
Thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs “Reformat”, “Take a Chance”, and “Pinball Spring”.
Also, since the holidays are upon us, do please check out my novel IN THE ST. NICK OF TIME, a sort of Santa Claus story for adults. One of the places you can get it is here. Please do leave a review to help others find the book!