July 20, 2012 in DYAD, Video Games AWESOME! by FFSTV
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rg1ja11 said on July 20, 2012
This game is not as bad as Techno Kitten Adventures
jsc315 said on July 20, 2012
The people who made Techno Kitten Adventures have a kickstarter for a HD version for the 360. Checkout my post in the video game section in the forums :) The video is weird as fuck!
Yomon500 said on July 20, 2012
Ben’s noises are priceless. I would buy a sound track of the best 25 sounds of his
dearden said on July 20, 2012
We lost him a couple times during the video
Estoppel said on July 20, 2012
Actually Fraser, Whales are Mammals, so they do have hair all over their bodies :3
PokerJoker811 said on July 20, 2012
SHAVE THE WHALES!
OdinLH said on July 20, 2012
This kinda reminds me of that Jaguar game Tempest.
Also I wanted to point out this game is crazy fun and trippy. This game is as easy as you want to make it out to be. You can beat this game and fail just about everything and get all the levels and unlock a lot of things. Though if you’re really great at this game you able to unlock some awesome features in this game! There are a ton of hidden content in this game as well.
Here is a great interview with the developer and the guy who made the music for this game http://youtu.be/Jn1R2RVLcqQ
VoxTheHero said on July 20, 2012
Wow my head… feels weird after watching this. Its like it’s floating.
JFe95 said on July 20, 2012
my head and eyes feel funny…………………………………………………………………………,m nhghfgxfgfrhjugfc
megamer said on July 20, 2012
Thank you psychedelic game,now Im gonna have secures!
peluche said on July 20, 2012
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awhaleable said on July 21, 2012
the hat in your avatar makes it funnier lol
Scruffy Guy said on July 21, 2012
… I– I think I… have been sitting here for at least five minutes after watching this.
Guys? Can you experience a contact high from watching a video on the internet? D:
AtomicPineapple said on July 21, 2012
I could feel my head getting heavier and heavier the longer I watched this.
smith said on July 30, 2012
“TeV” refers to Terra-electronVolts, which is a measurement of energy/mass in particle physics. (On a quantum level the two are interchangable quantities.)
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