Welcome to the home by the sea.
I'm a 18 year old musician who loves producing, recording and composing his own music, as well as covering some of my favorite stuff, most noticeably video game songs. I'm mostly a retro or PC gamer and I love it. I'm a former 3D modeler and I was working on a game engine written in Python, but stopped. I also help edit films.
Next week, how to fold the Magna Carta into a Cheep-Cheep.
So here’s something: thousands upon thousands of people are playing a game of Pokemon Red. The same game of Pokemon Red. At the same time. Controlling the same individual character.
They’re doing this through Twitch.tv - where someone’s set up an emulator that takes input from chat commands (currently recognizing directional pad options, A, B, and Start). Naturally, this is pretty chaotic (two Pokemon are named JLVWNNOOOO and ABBBBBBKO because EVERYONE’S TRYING TO PRESS BUTTONS AT ONCE). It’s sorta the ultimate backseat gaming experience - people are desperately trying to get the main character where he’s trying to go, in spite of the hordes of people who just wanna screw around (and watching them try to deal with shopkeeps and item usage is a sight to behold).
requested by seductivepapertowel