I’m proud to announce our new youtube channel just passed 100 subscribers. Due largely to the popularity of the AKR2 All Bosses video, Lambta.co Games has seen a surge in views and watch time come to the channel. And I plan to follow it with even more videos of a similar nature.
This sets it on a course to overtake out other channel, Lambta.co Comedy 174 subs, within the next month. I’d like to say I’m surprised, but video games on youtube just works.
If you were having trouble finding the Koopalings in AKR2, this is the video for you. As a follow up to our recent All Bosses video, we’re showing how to rescue all the Koopalings.
This will likely be followed up with more AKR2 videos. Such as All Secret Exits, and All Stage Warps. If there’s anything you want to see, leave a comment, or use out Contact Page to let me know.
I got a comment about some of my older games not being on the site. So I decided to upload them. If you’re looking for greatness, look elsewhere. But if you’re looking to peer into the internet of 2004, or are interested in my earlier efforts in gamecrafting, have a look.
This is the first full game I ever made. A mishmash of different genres gleaned from tutorials.
This one’s a small scale adventure about collecting ingredients for a magical cheesecake.
Click through for details on the pirate.
I’ve decided to make one last round of revisions to AKR2. I found out you can get stuck behind the pipe in 1-5 with the new walljump physics, which isn’t exactly gamebreaking, but it’s a significant issue. So I’m going to need an update. Click through for more info.
Here’s the latest upload for Lambta.co Tuesday. It’s a video of all the Bosses in A Koopa’s Revenge 2. So, spoiler warning. Don’t watch if you don’t want the bosses spoiled. And try not to look at the thumb nail either.
I made this because whenever I type “A Koopa’s Revenge 2” into youtube’s searchbar, “A Koopa’s Revenge 2 All Bosses” comes up as the second autocomplete. I figure there’s an audience for this. I’m also considering doing some more videos for it. Possibly all exits, all stage warps, or all 3up moons. If you’d like to see any of those, let me know.
At long last the update for AKR2 has arrived. Featuring new wall jump mechanics, baby kicking abilities, and more. For more details on what was changed, you can check out this post.
As of today, MCSM Studios, our old name, is no more. I’ve finally redirected the domain, and updated all necessary accounts. If you want to see our old site, once mcsmstudios.com, it’s archived here. It feels good to have this transition over with. Look forward to more from Lambta.co in the future.
As for why we made the change, that’s fairly simple. I was in the process of designing a new more square shaped logo for MCSM Studios, and while showing it to a friend, I realised that our name and logo are not memorable or marketable. We’ve always had trouble with people remembering out name, and light bulb logos are somewhat common, so we had to come up with a punchier, more memorable, name and logo. Thus Lambta.co was born.
I’ve also moved the old webcomic to a new location, lambta.co/wanrm. Give it a look if you’re so inclined.
My apologies to those who lost their AKR1 save files in the process. You can always cheat to get your progress back.
I’m not sure what caused it, but the plugin I use to show Flash content stopped working properly. I’m not even sure how long it was broken. Hopefully I broke it today while I was migrating some things, or maybe an update caused a conflict somewhere. Whatever the cause, I’m fixing it by abandoning the plugin. It’s just too unreliable to depend on a plugin, which can break or stop being updated, for a major part of the site.
I’ve fixed A Koopa’s Revenge 2 and will be fixing the other games shortly. Sorry for the inconvenience.
If you liked (or have heard of) our music video for the old The Lonely Island song ARDY PARTY, you may be mildly interested to know we’ve uploaded an HD version with better syncing. We’ll be periodically uploading HD versions of some of our old cartoons to youtube. And if you’re an impatient bastard, you can view them on Newgrounds, where the HD versions have been up for a while.
Click through for boring technical explanation.
The much awaited update to AKR2 is done. But due to some changes to the mechanics it’s going to need some comprehensive testing before I can give it a wide release. I can’t do it alone (at least not very quickly) so I’ll need help testing. The preview is here.
CLick through for details on the changes made.