A new Nuclear Bubble Wrap video, and a great team effort for the animators.
The director doesn't know it, but this was based on a true story that happened to me, and I might discuss it in the future.
I'll see about getting this as a downloadable MP3.
In the meantime, here are some of my favourite chiptunes. Each page links to a free MP3, so take them with you today.
So jackbliss tells me he got funding from Disney XD to create this pilot episode. If you don't know who jackbliss is, according to ABS Forums, he is a terrible animator who will never get funding for anything he is doing.
Not be confused with this classic Where's Waldo "game".
This favourite game of mine is in constant refinement, and Surn sent me the latest (but won't be the last) version today.
If you follow me on Twitter you'll see some fan-made playthroughs of some ABS games. I always appreciate those. Tweet me if you make one. Next week we are releasing a psychedelic video on our not-very-publicized YouTube.
I am considering posting more about my side projects in Web Developement here on Albino Blacksheep in the New Year. I'd like some feedback on if that distracts from the focus on animation and game design.
If you couldn't handle Lee Hardcastle's Frozen claymation posted last month, you can't handle this one.
It's time. See how well Robin Sloan and Matt Thompson predicted 2015 a decade ago.
This applies to any Star Wars release.
Nintendo knew what they opened themselves up to when they let the general public make their Super Mario levels.