Posts Tagged ‘Let’s Play’

Let’s watch

Monday, September 1st, 2014

I’ve been trying to make a sequel to my game Castlevania 10, but been struggling a bit. To remind myself of the first game I went looking for the video of it someone had recorded and turned up some new ones (by other people)!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9LmW7OKfx4

This was the first one I found, and is by a funny Finnish fellow called Kermakastikeritari. Browsing his videos also lead me to Mat Dickie, and I’m looking forward to playing through some of his games some time soon.

 

This one’s by Noyb, who I know from Glorious Trainwrecks. He runs some nice game-related blogs, too.

 

And these are both by bankbank, who I’m pretty sure is part of Quimdung. The last video is the current official world record, though I think it’s pretty beatable.

Five recent videos

Friday, July 4th, 2014

I should also note that mostly my Youtube related troubles are resolved, so I’ve been adding things again to Video Works Catalogue. I also changed my website; did I mention that?

Thursday, December 12th, 2013

I’ve been making more of these types of things over the last couple of days, and these are the two I’m happiest with. I’m looking forward to playing more of Worlds: a near-abandoned mid-90s virtual chat room thing with a lot of now-broken corporate advertising embedded.

Let’s Play: UnityCar 2.2 Pro Web Demo (Monza Track)

Monday, November 11th, 2013

Outer Wilds

Sunday, July 14th, 2013

Let’s Play: Destroy Your Home

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Today I recorded myself playing Juliette Porée’s Destroy Your Home — a ‘Let’s Play’, they’re typically called. It’s a simple game built around Unity‘s built-in physics, the goal being to destroy your home, which is built of uncertainly stacked discrete objects. It’s the kind of game I like, more toy than game, a space for making your own games. These videos are me playing with this approach; playing, sculpting, performing—.

I would like to write more about these types of games/toys, and I have an empty Tumblr blog reserved for the purpose. I would also like to make more, and make more videos like this.