I’ve received requests for a playlist of A Koopa’s Revenge 2’s music. But I haven’t because I won’t upload other people’s content to youtube, and even if all the music is on there uploaded by the original authors finding it all would be a huge task. But it turns out Newgrounds does playlists now, so here it is:
The Liberal Party has won a majority government here in Canada. An outcome we did not predict when writing Political Sodomy 3 over a month ago when the polls suggested a very different outcome. In a way it’s a good thing, because now we can give it an ending that fits what actually happened. But it’s also a bad thing because we need to write a new ending now. I’m going to go on record and say it should be done in two weeks.
With the Canadian federal election coming up next month, I figured it was the perfect time to upload a high def version of Political Sodomy 2. Embed for good measure.
I’ll also take the opportunity to announce that Political Sodomy 3 will be coming out in four weeks. Just in time for the election on October 19th. I know not many people care, but Chris and I really like making these.
And while we’re at it, if you for some reason want to see Political Sodomy 1, you can do that by clicking here.
This is a Metroid style game I was working on a few years ago. I’ve been looking into Axiom Verge lately, and it got me interested in this game again. I’ll probably have a playable version soon.
I stopped working on this build because it was too clunky, and I made a few other poor decisions in the design. It was quite simply a lack of planning. But I had some cool ideas for it, even if it was a little too close to Metroid. I do plan to make this game some day, just not any time soon.
I just tossed some suitable music from my favourites on NG into the video. I imagine when I finally make the game for real it will have an original and more cohesive soundtrack.
I’ll have a longer an more detailed write up with the playable demo.
Benraged is another short bit that was supposed to be attached to a longer video we never ended up producing. It was a contest where we tried to eat all the ingredients to make a pie, but without combining them. It was gross.
Apologies for the 4:3 standard definition. This is pretty old footage from when HD cameras cost thousands of dollars and I was still resisting the 16:9 format.