Vault 912

This is my latest, hopefully not but potentially also the last attempt to make something more interesting than the standard YouTube scarecam let’s play nonsense. This, instead, is an overly edited gameplay footage with post scripted commentary nonsense.

The video more or less explains what it is so I won’t re-write that here. I considered this series for a long time, ever since I installed Fallout Shelter on my phone about a year ago and tried doing the 945 Aryan Vault. As a joke and for the additional challenge, naturally. Not as some spooky political statement. Since then, I had a few unsuccessful attempts at making myself edit this monstrosity but never quite finished it.

The latest try was from the beginning of this month, after I found out the game got a proper desktop release. Today, I finally managed to put the recorded footage togather, taking way longer than I thought it would have any right to. Not that’d mean the video is really, really good – just takes time to make. Because of that, I am releasing the first episode as a sort of “pilot”, to see how will people react to it and if there is an audience for this kind of thing. So, Vault 912:

TGN Spooks

Here’s a scary thing: YouTube partnership. The appended video goes over the basics, aka “don’t panic, nothing really changes”. Although it does: honestly, giving away an undisclosed percent of my revenue to BBTV gets me access to some really nice analytics/metadata tools, an otherwise rather pricey music library I can use at will and several less useful things like possible merchandise.

I really doubt I’ll get some direct exposure or channel support out of this from the TGN people but the tools alone are in my eyes well worth the pennies that go into this from my end. Well, we’ll see how it works out. Hopefully well.

Scary Shit

Ever heard someone say the phrase “scary shit”? Well guess what: we gave the collocation a bit more literal meaning. Don’t worry, “a bit more”, not entire literal meaning. No actual feces is featured in the video.

In a way similar to my older Roblox creepypasta reading series, I grabbed Lucas and we tried doing a couple of reads for Vodvill. The resulting videos should hopefully be sufficiently scary. And somewhat shitty. So enjoy your frights and scares, because for some reason, people are really into that nowadays:

Vodcast, eventually

Managed to finally, after a month of it being recorded, finish and upload the first episode of Vodcast, the really questionable “podcast” kind of thing I did with Lucas and Gut for Vodvill. It looks like the audio wave circle sort of thing in the top left corner is somewhat off by a few dozen milliseconds and I don’t know why. I’ll have to toy with it a little bit for the next one but I really did not want to go back and fix it after 6 hours of rendering.

We didn’t really plan anything for the first session we did so it is a little bit weird and the topics rather unappealing. But hey, if we set the bar really high the first time, that would only mean we would have to try really hard the second time, which I suspect none of the three of us really wants. So here: Vodcast.

What music, PR and good taste have come to

Well, then there’s that. I generally don’t feel like doing them online legos anymore, but perhaps having to write a formally corrent ten thousand word work on a topic I feel really skeptical about influenced my decision making. Just felt like calling the masterminds of Public Relations over at Roblox Corp out on this one a bit, as no one else apparently will.

That aside, yeah. I think I am done with the bigger portion of my -hitting the keyboard- part of semester, now it’ll be the more fun writings. And a lot of studying for exams, but hey, shouldn’t be as time consuming, so some of the planned videos should come out finally. For now, here: PR and raps.