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    Rick and Morty Get Schwifty in Merge Dragons!

    Characters From Award-Winning Show Take Over Game in Limited Event Series

    In the game, Rick and Morty are playing Merge Dragons! and hack their way into the game to retrieve the Stone of Reckoning, a powerful item that opens portals to forbidden worlds. This causes the pair to crash-land in Dragonia, the world of Merge Dragons!, where fans can expect plenty of super-scientific mayhem to ensue.

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    Operate Now: Hospital – $20 Gift Card Giveaway

    Available on iOS and Android exclusively from Spil Games

    Here at The Mommy Gamers we love giving stuff away to our community. Today it’s a $20 gift card to use for in game purchases in Operate Now: Hospital.

    Available on iOS and Android exclusively from Spil Games, Operate Now: Hospital, is a drama inspired medical journey, where you experience being a surgeon, building a medical team, and managing a hospital. In this realistic simulation game, your objective is to assemble a highly skilled medical team to perform operations on patients and to put your medical facility at the number one spot in the world.

    The game is free to download so you can start playing now while you wait to see if you’ve won. I’ll be playing as well and will return with a review of the game once the contest is over. I may have already gotten my husband hooked! Oh the hospital drama!

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    Scrubs and gloves at the ready! Enter the giveaway below.

    Google Play / iTunes $20 Gift Card

    Episode 141: Croatia

    The Mommy Gamers Episode 141 Croatia

    This week Marcia and Desirai are joined by Marketing Consultant Becky Taylor. They talk about Super Mario Run, the Apple announcement, Pokemon Go, Rad Rodgers, the vagina alarm clock and more.

    *DISCLOSURE: There was an issue with the guest host track which starts about 30 minutes into the podcast. We’re not sure what caused it and we were not able to repair it. However, we didn’t not feel comfortable scrapping the show. We apologize in advance for the audio quality.

    Interested in supporting The Mommy Gamers? Earn exclusive rewards, such as being the FIRST to listen to each new podcast episode, by becoming a patron on Patreon. Remember, you can subscribe to The Mommy Gamers podcast for FREE on Google Play MusiciTunes and Stitcher or you can access The Mommy Gamers app through Podcast Box on iTunes or in the Amazon app store for Android. Don’t forget to follow them on Twitter, and Facebook too!

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    YouTube Announces 60fps, Fan Funding, and More New Features

    youtube-logoWith the market for online videos continuing to evolve, YouTube is evolving with it. In a post on its official “Creators” blog yesterday, the company laid out plans for a host of new upgrades coming to the video service over the coming weeks and months, benefiting content creators and audiences alike.

    Unveiled at VidCon in Anaheim, CA this week and detailed in the post, the new YouTube features include:

    • Support for 48 and 60 frames per second – One of the biggest additions for gamers, YouTube videos will soon support HD playback in 48 and 60 frames per second. Sample videos showing off the new high fidelity include the multiplayer trailer for Battlefield: Hardline, as well as gameplay footage from Titanfall, both running a 60fps.


    • Fan funding – Taking a cue from services like Kickstarter and Indigogo, YouTube will soon give content creators an option to allow fans to support their channel by contribute funding directly to their channel at any time and for any reason. YouTube is already taking sign ups for the new feature here.
    • YouTube Creator Studio – Available now on Google Play and launching on iOS in the coming weeks, the YouTube Creator Studio allows content creators to have instant access to their channel analytics, comments, and channel management tools while on the go.
    • Creator credits – New credits will allow collaborators to be tagged directly in videos, linking to their YouTube channels and allowing for more inclusive search capabilities.
    • Fan-submitted subtitles – Expanding on YouTube’s current automatic speech recognition and translation features, fans will now be able to help content creators out by submitting more accurate translations in any language based on the subtitles or captions that exist in their videos
    • Expanded Audio Library – Adding to the existing collection of free songs currently available for use in its Audio Library, YouTube has announced that it will be adding thousands of royalty-free sound effects to the collection, giving content creators more options when editing videos for their channels.
    • Interactive Info Cards – An update to the current annotations available on videos, new info cards will not only look cleaner, but will also sport interactive features, as well as uniform functionality cross-platform, whether viewing videos on a desktop, tablet, or smartphone device.

    YouTube also announced a new partnership deal with SiriusXM, which includes the launch of “The YouTube 15,” a weekly show on SiriusXM’s Hits 1, hosted by Jenna Marbles, which will feature the biggest names and rising stars in music from YouTube.

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