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Magazine #7: Casual Connect - For Informational Purposes Only
By Cyril Lachel     |   Posted on December 03, 2014   |   Episode 7 (Show Archive)  

   
Welcome to the 29 Days of Christmas, Defunct Games' annual holiday celebration. For the next month, we'll spend every single day looking back at the best and worst magazines from the 1980s, 90s and beyond. Count down the days to Christmas with humorous and informative videos talking about classic publications from around the world. Will we talk about your favorite old school magazine? Find out when you read the 29 Magazines of Christmas!
Casual Connect
[ Publisher: Casual Game Association | Price: Free* | Format: Casual ]
Today we're taking a look at Casual Connect, one of the few print magazines still in production. With its insightful essays and interviews, this is the type of magazine that should be on every newsstand. Sadly, that's not the case. Learn almost nothing about this mysterious magazine when you watch today's episode of 29 Magazines of Christmas.



Excerpt: Casual Connect is the type of magazine where you can watch art come to life on one page, and then flip to a detailed analysis of what kind of people are playing Facebook games. And as somebody who rarely talks about mobile games, many of the pieces are real eye-openers. Casual Connect is the last physical magazine I still read.

On Tomorrow's Episode: Come back tomorrow when we'll take a look at Super Gaming, a magazine that specializes in import reviews and previews. Learn more about this short-lived oddity in Thursday's episode of 29 Magazines of Christmas. Still want more? Don't forget to check out last year's 29 Questionable Power-Ups of Christmas. And don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel, that way you'll never miss a video. See you tomorrow.

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