Monday, December 3, 2012
Artist: Goof Troop
Album: GoofCenter CX
Track: Episode 2 - Link to the Past for the NES
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
GoofCenter CX Episode 2 - Link To The Past for the NES
benjamin charfed it and is hella loud this week sorry
Goof Troop is:
Intro Music: Blackout Band - Video Games
Outro Music: Shinji Hosoe - Precious Heart (Sakura’s Theme from Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha)
Goof Troop’s Favorite Video Game Jams
- Grace: Mighty Switch Force (Love You Love You Love, Whoa I’m In Space Cuba)
- Pedro: Cave Story (Moonsong)
- Meeks: Phantom Crash (Full 10)
- Miles: Lufia: The Entire Series
- Thomas: Everyday Shooter (So Many Ways)
- Greg: Gitaroo Man (The Legendary Theme)
- Ben: Animal Crossing (Main Theme)
- Alex: Katamari Damacy (Cherry Blossom Color Season)
Our Most Influential Games
- Pedro: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
- Ben: Animal Crossing
- Greg: No More Heroes
- Meeks: Jet Set Radio
- Grace: Pop’n Music, Super Metroid
- Alex: Super Smash Bros Melee
- Thomas: EarthBound
- Miles: Dragon Quest V
Thanks again everyone! Reblog, share, do things, and ask us questions to answer next week!
I think you can tell I’m a bit drunk in this. I’m a bit more energetic? (& Ben said I’m a bit slurry) idk.
Alsooooo, I didn’t mention because I was drunk? so I guess my thought process was everywhere, but the point of Super Metroid and having happy memories, that’s inspirational because it’s the reason why I wanted to go into game development. I wanted to help make games, because video games were the happiest moments in my life growing up! It was one of the rare times my family would get together and be happy you know? or same with friends. I get super happy playing games with friends. Like, videogames are entertainment, but I feel there’s more to them. I wanted to be part of making something that could possibly invoke the same feeling in others, by helping them possibly create as fond memories, or just feeling something. So, that’s why that inspired me as well. (｡╯ᴗ╰)〜
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Heads Up! Hot Dogs is now available in the US app store from Adult Swim Games!
GET IT NOW PLAY IT NOW OKAY?!~
Heads Up! Hot Dogs is an All-Beef, All-Action Frank Fest created by Emmett Butler & Diego Garcia and Published by Adult Swim Games for iPhone and iPad in 2012. Use one or two fingers to drag and drop sausages and sandwiches from the cold, hard streets to a warm, cozy noggin. The Three-Second Rule dictates that these franks will fester if left by the roadside, so lift them up and let them ride in style.
Heads Up! Hot Dogs comes complete with a custom-crafted soundtrack by Space Boyfriend and knife city. Intended as a passion project and learning experience, Heads Up has matured into a full-featured game with a full cast of unsuspecting citizens, environmental hazards, and 7 unique cities to unlock and master. Truly, this is the most thrilling drag and drop session never before seen on sweet mother earth.
Holy moly, everyone! We’ve been working on this thing for so long. We can’t believe it’s finally out! Are you ready to GRAB A DOG? Are you ready to DRAG THAT DOG? Are you ready to POP THAT DOG RIGHT ON A NOGGIN?! We’re so thankful to everyone who helped us out on this game — especially everyone at adult swim games, all of our beta testers, our friends and families!
Friday, July 22, 2011
Aw, this made me happy! because you’re one of my fav artists x3. This helped a lot, and I also played some Super Metroid and I feel a bit better now~ Thank you :D.
Yessss! Beautiful video games are lovely inspiration. And thank you for the kind words! Maybe we could do an art swap some time. :)
Oh, that would be lovely x3
I was doodling in class ‘cause everything the instructor was going over I already knew :| (I already wrote about it in my personal tumblr, so I wont repeat).
I might add on, or start new next time this happens. I actually liked Puppet Ganon on his own.
Class ended early! Now to head home, & I am hungry. I am thinking onigiri.