The original Super Smash Bros. (featuring The Puppeteer and The Red Flapper), but with screwed up controllers and emulator problems resulting in nearly invisible sprites and a veritable comedy of errors!
Note: For some reason none of the game audio was recorded. Therefore, I put some background music in the video from ocremix.org.
For our one-year anniversary, we return to our roots with the AGD remake of King’s Quest I! A square castle in beautiful VGA colors!
Part 1: Can Sir Graham complete a fetch quest or three for the Winter Warlock?
Part 2: We get a butt-pat from a dwarf, give soup to a woodcutter with an immaculately-groomed mustache, steal gold from a giant, and find everyone’s favorite gnome: Ifnkovhgroghprm!
Part 3: After failing to catch a condor several times, we make leprechauns dance to death and get put in charge of the squarest of castles, thereby finishing the game. That’s it. It’s, uh, not a very long game.
The Apple ][ classic! Based on a true story! Kind of!
Warning: audio levels are a bit uneven, so keep one finger on the volume control.
Part 1: Can the Player, the Doodlr, the Sister, Sirwats, and a square cat make it all the way to the Willamette Valley?
Part 2: We travel with dwarves and Jimmy crackin’ corn, endure slow-moving rivers and ear-splitting tunes, and give all our clothes to Indians. At least the wagon doesn’t explode again.
Good idea: playing Mario Kart 64 with some friends (namely, The Puppeteer and The Red Flapper).
Bad idea: playing Mario Kart 64 with a D-Pad that doesn’t let you steer correctly.
GREAT idea: playing Mario Kart 64 with *four* D-Pads that don’t let *any* of you steer correctly.
Note: For some reason none of the game audio was recorded. Therefore, I put some background music in the video, mostly either from official Mario soundtracks or remixes from ocremix.org.