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Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin: Sleep is Death


1:00 PM on 04.23.2010
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Will you look at that -- it's the very first machinima episode of Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin.

It is, perhaps unsurprisingly, about Sleep is Death. It is a game that you should definitely consider getting if you and a friend each have (A) seven dollars to spare, and (B) a desire to experience something totally unique and awesome.

If you want to download the resources we used (Davis made the cool looking stuff, and I made the boring stuff by altering Rohrer's sprites), you can get them here.

Anyway, hope you enjoy the episode. Volume is a little wonky and I screwed up a line delivery, but I'm pretty proud of it overall.






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