Scribble Koopa is an A Koopa’s Revenge series spinoff title I developed in tandem with A Koopa’s Revenge 2 during the early days of AKR2’s development. It was my answer to Paper Mario and featured similar gameplay. The art was mouse drawn in a scribbled almost child-like lazy style.
I eventually canceled it to devote more time to AKR2 and other projects. I had set out to make my own Paper Mario like game, but once I had a basic engine, I didn’t have much more reason to keep going. I’m just not that into RPGs. Like the Alpha version of AKR2 it wasn’t far along enough to have it’s own music, so I used a few songs from AKR1’s soundtrack this time around. This is also the entirety of the game.
My longest video yet at seventeen minutes. It shows off the little shortcut warps in every level that get you to the end as fast as possible. Might be useful for speedrunning or just getting through a level that’s giving you trouble. There are a few spoilers beyond what the video title implies, but it’s impossible to miss them when using the shortcuts.
This is also the first video I made using Bandicam. It looks a bit jpeggy at times, but it’s mostly in the background and it’s not noticeable if you’re not looking for it. I’ll be playing with the settings. I did experience a bit of control lag though. I didn’t get that with my old methods. It’s not so bad after a while, but you may notice me slipping around a bit in the video. The sound captures 4 frames (30fps) lout of sync, but that’s easily fixed because it’s a consistent delay. I’m probably going to stick with this setup because it doesn’t require the videos be processed like my old setup.
A little sick of making AKR2 videos, so here’s something different for a change. Tank Man, a Mega Man style game I made back in 2010 featuring Newgrounds mascot Tankmen, specifically the Tankmen captain. Though Mega Man is playable too. Play it here.
I’ve separated the other people’s AKR2 videos playlists on youtube into two distinct lists, videos with commentary and videos without. Because I feel like they have somewhat different appeals. If you want to see some people playing the game. Check e’m out.
Just in time for Lambta.co Tuesday, at least in my timezone. I would have had it out sooner but for three reasons: 1 I’m a procrastinator, 2 deadlines are more motivating, and 3 it takes forever to upload an HD video. I think I might have to change internet providers. My upload speed is pathetic.
Anyway, this is a video showcasing all the powerups of AKR2, as suggested by a viewer. Most of the videos for AKR2 have been guides, so I decided it was time to do one that was more of a hype video. Enjoy, y’all.
Thought I’d do something a little different for a change. Just to be clear this is NOT AKR3, it is an early alpha build of AKR2. The build is over 5 years old at this point. And what you see here is pretty much all there is to it.
Another helpful video for those having trouble 100%ing (or 107%ing, or 105%ing (which is odd, not sure how that became a thing, maybe it’s a misconception)) Hope everyone can appreciate it. There’s more too come, but I haven’t decided what, so give me a suggestion.
And thanks for all the views I’m getting on the All Bosses vid. The response has been insane! Over an eighth of a million views and climbing.